Big Tech’s Google Is Targeting Arizona Maricopa County Audit – Not Allowing Requests for Volunteers Shared On Their Sites

Source: Joe Hoft

Censorship is not freedom of speech.  It is the opposite.

This is something that never was fixed when the Republicans held the Presidency, the House, and the Senate.  Wonder why?  Big Tech has been targeting and censoring conservatives for years.  These actions, which many believe are criminal and corrupt, hurt conservatives and prevent their messages from getting out in the public square.  This is certainly not free speech.  This is the prevention of free speech.  You would think there would be wording in the US Constitution that would make this unlawful?

Now we see Big Tech’s Google censoring requests for Maricopa County audit observers and volunteers.  After the requests were switched to wufoo, they were then also suppressed and censored.

The Senate in Arizona just wants to determine that the results of the 2020 Presidential Election in Maricopa County were valid.  What is wrong with this?  This is legal and it is a response to the millions of people who demand that this occur.  No one wants a stolen election.  If there are discrepancies between what was counted and what is valid then let’s fix the control weaknesses.

We’ve seen Democrat attorneys get involved in this audit and now Big Tech:

Why would Democrats and their Big Tech backers be so afraid of the results from a professional and comprehensive audit of the 2020 Election results in Maricopa County?

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