Deneen Borelli Discusses Big Tech Conservative Content Bias on Fox Business

Big tech companies are picking winners and losers on their social media platforms regarding conservative content.

With the 2020 presidential election fast approaching, there are growing concerns over the suppression of conservative voices.

Deneen Borelli discussed this topic with Human Events Global editor-in-chief Raheem Kassam on “Making Money with Charles Payne,” on the Fox Business Network.

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Fox Business wrote a story about the segment.

“They’re picking winners and losers. They’re choosing content, especially conservative content, to suppress,” she added.

Borelli said she has personally experienced her own content being suppressed, causing the videos on her Facebook page to drop to about 50,000 to 60,000 views on average.

Kassam feels restricting conservative access to social media platforms is wrong and he added the argument to support conservative speech should be framed in First Amendment terms.

 

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