Read the following tweet from Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), use the link he provides, and understand the title of this blog:
Senator Ted Cruz
✔@SenTedCruz300+ ads supporting Trump’s reelection were taken down by @Google & @YouTube for violating company policy–yet no one knows what policies the ads violated. Lack of transparency & bias against conservatives is why the American people don’t trust #BigTech.https://www.cbsnews.com/news/300-trump-ads-taken-down-by-google-youtube-60-minutes-2019-12-01/ …
300+ Trump ads taken down by Google, YouTube
60 Minutes finds over 300 video ads for President Trump were taken down, mostly over the summer, for violating company policy
Yep, it’s starting early all right. And if you expect it to continue – and become even more censorious – over the next (election) year, I doubt you’ll be wrong.
I’m not big on regulating speech. But when the people most in charge of speech are “regulating” it to one side, that’s another story.
Think anti-trust laws.
Let me end with a note to the anti-Trump people who might be reveling in this behavior: I suggest you think long and hard about that saying, “what goes around, comes around”. There’s no guarantee that people you agree with will always control the dominant social media websites.