Big Tech’s Ability To Change Election Outcomes

Anybody who follows my Political Article Reference List daily updates can see that I frequently include links to articles that explain how tech giants Google/Alphabet, Facebook and Twitter use their platforms to silence conservative opinions and impact public opinion.

Representatives of these companies have appeared before congress in the past to answer questions, but have been evasive and/or outright lied. They have gotten away with it because the general public does not have access to their inner workings nor do they realize what their political agenda really is.

Robert Epstein, Ph.D. is a Senior Research Psychologist at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology. On June 16, 2019 he appeared before the United States Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution to explain why Google Poses a Serious Threat to our American Democracy, and How to End That Threat. A copy of his testimony can be found here.

The video below delves deeper into his testimony as Senator Ted Cruz (R) asks him some questions that reveal further why we should be concerned about the power of Google, and other high-tech giants with Progressive agendas.

Click here to see a video that is longer, but shows Democrats trying to undermine his testimony. They didn’t convince me.

Below you will find some links from my Political Article Reference Lists that explain what these tech giants are up to and why something must be done.

Links From August

Links From July

Links From June

 

Off Road Electric Wheelchair For Cambry

Jerry from JerryRigEverything built this fully electric wheelchair and says it was super fun and surprisingly simple.

He used a few bars of metal tied into the naturally existing supports and holes on the bikes for great seat supports. This Off Road wheel chair has a top speed of 20mph and a range of about 20 miles.

The bikes used cost about $1400 each, so after factoring in the $50 dollars worth of metal and random odds and ends, the whole thing cost about $3000 dollars to build, which is less than half the price and twice the performance of other off road wheelchairs on the market right now.

Now watch Cambry using her new off-road electric wheel chair.