The 2016 election literally shocked the world.
There was no way an outsider as brash as Trump was going to come in and beat an establishment Democrat, especially when polling was still relatively high for Obama.
But it happened, and everything changed.
Not long after Trump took office, big tech started to drop the hammer on conservatives and Donald Trump, and it got progressively worse as we got closer and closer to the 2020 election.
In her new book, “Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized Our Elections,” Mollie Hemingway explores just how big an influence social media outlets played in this election.
Forget the possibility of voter fraud, this was by far the most influential factor of the 2020 election, at least it was in my opinion.
Negative stories on Trump were promoted, while negative stories on Biden and/or his family were buried.
Conservatives were shadow-banned, and I can vouch for this from personal experience.
Hemingway dives deep into all big tech outlets and the concentrated effort to thumb the scale in favor of Biden.
Donald Trump made big tech feel very uncomfortable because he threatened their protections, so they silenced him and his followers.
When the Taliban has a Twitter account and the president of the United States is banned, that is a problem.
As much influence as social media had, Google also played its obedient role by manipulating search algorithms.
It has been estimated that Google may have manipulated as many as six million votes in favor of Joe Biden.
I highly encourage you to read the full report on the New York Post, or, better yet, get the book and judge for yourself.
Sources: New York Post & Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized Our Elections