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How Big Tech Is Hampering Trump's Reelection Bid

Twitter on May 29, 2020 flagged a post by President Donald Trump on the unrest in Minneapolis as "glorifying violence," saying the tweet violated its rules but would not be removed. (Olivier Morin/Getty Images)

By    |   Monday, 06 July 2020 10:28 AM EDT

Tech giants, beginning with Twitter, have already revealed at least part of what appears to be their game plan to stop President Donald Trump’s reelection on November 3. None of this surprises Dr. Robert Epstein, a respected behavioral psychologist and an expert on Big Tech’s influence on public opinion.

Following Trump’s run-in with Twitter over its unprecedented move to censor his tweets by fact-checking their content, the president fired back with an executive order that ostensibly removes some of the legal protections social media platforms currently enjoy.

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Tech giants, beginning with Twitter, have already revealed at least part of what appears to be their game plan to stop President Donald Trump's reelection on November 3. None of this surprises Dr. Robert Epstein, a respected behavioral psychologist and an expert on Big...
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