The 'Alex Jones' treatment by Google, attempts to undermine the 2020 elections.
More than 300 ads from President Trump’s re-election campaign were removed by YouTube and Google over the summer for “violating company policy,” according to a new report.
The video ads paid for by Trump’s 2020 presidential campaign, Donald J. Trump for President, Inc., ran for several days on YouTube before being taken down, an investigation by “60 Minutes” found Sunday.
When quizzed on why the ads were pulled, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said some of videos were “not approved to run,” before deferring any further questions to Google’s online transparency report, which keeps an archive of political ads.
But the report gives no specific reason why the ads were taken down or what company policy they violated.
“There’s no transparency in the transparency report,” said 60 Minutes anchor correspondent Lesley Stahl.
Wojcicki denied the decision was motivated by political bias.
The Google Campus, south of Pryor Creek, OK.
Google received several tax breaks from the Oklahoma legislature, and is a high volume consumer of subsidized electricity from the state-owned Grand River Dam Authority.
For this the data company seems tone deaf to any views or values which contrast with the Bay Area of San Francisco, California.
Google and other social media companies rose in value by declaring themselves "platforms, rather than media companies. As such, they claimed they would not censor legal speech. But in recent years the leftward company policies have become intolerant of diversity which contrasts with San Francisco culture.
But Google is trying to escape the high cost of operating in a more socialist state like California. So they came to Oklahoma when our state leaders offered special tax cuts and subsidies which our own residents are denied access to.
Read more at the New York Post article.