Everyone In America Should Be Concerned About What Google Is Doing Right Now

The Daily Caller released a funny video and the Google agenda reaction was sure and swift. Within hours, their funny video of the FCC Chairman had been censored by Google and YouTube. To them, it was no laughing matter. The Daily Caller spent the next several hours fighting the powers that be over the right of free speech. Although they prevailed, would you have been so fortunate? Probably not, and here is why.

As Written By Neil Patel for the Daily Caller:

The Daily Caller released a funny video Tuesday of FCC Chairman Ajit Pai defending the commission’s upcoming net neutrality rollback. Through Wednesday and Thursday, liberals and others who dislike Pai’s political position lost their minds. And by Friday morning, Google, one of the most powerful companies on the planet, had censored the video based on a bogus claim from a politically motivated man.

It took seven crucial hours and the full force of our news site to push Google and YouTube to reverse this political censorship. We were able to prevail because of the sizable contacts and resources of TheDC. An average citizen showcasing a political viewpoint Google and the left disagreed with would almost certainly have had a far more difficult — and fruitless — time fighting back.

At TheDC, we knew that releasing a video of Pai fidget-spinning in a Santa suit, swinging lightsabers and playing with a puppy a day before the FCC’s net neutrality vote would ruffle some feathers. We were prepared for the hyperventilating over the video to reach a fever pitch as the Obama-era internet regulations were rolled back Thursday afternoon. Indeed, the video was viewed millions of times over a 24-hour period, was featured in a broad spectrum of news mediums, and spawned an avalanche of memes on Reddit.

In producing the video, we never advocated for Pai or the new net neutrality ……


OPINION: Google Uses Power To Censor | The Daily Caller

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