Google Pulls Donations from Congressional Republicans

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Three weeks ago, much of the nation watched in horror as Trump-supporting demonstrators attacked the U.S. Capitol. The purpose of the attacks centered around blocking Congress from certifying Joe Biden as the next president; since the events three weeks ago, leaders from both the left and the right came out and rebuked the violent displays.

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Despite the GOP’s condemnation of the insurrection, Democrats are still looking for different ways to punish Republicans. Of course, this arrives at a time when the left talks about unity and professes an interest in bringing the nation together.
Breitbart News recently reported that Google is pulling its donations from GOP congressional members who dared to challenge the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.

No More Donations from Google

Earlier this week, Google announced via a company spokesperson its decision to curb donations to Congress members who voted against the 2020 presidential election’s certification. Google’s decision arrives amid a fury of backlash against conservatives since the Capitol riots.
Other big tech companies such as Microsoft, Facebook, etc., stated that they’d stop their donations to all politicians either temporarily (during a review process) or for the first quarter of 2021 altogether.

Additional companies, however, are warning that they may cease donations to any Republicans who openly challenged the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. Thus far, companies with this position are Comcast, Amazon, and AT&T.

Big Tech’s Vendetta Against Conservatives

Threats or news of big tech companies pulling donations from just Republicans is certainly in keeping with the industry’s war on conservatives. For years now, right-wing leaders have spoken out against the social media censorship being perpetrated by big tech companies against Republicans.

Many conservatives warn that punishing the collective Republican Party for the insurrection three weeks ago is counterproductive and wrong. Countless GOP officials were horrified by the events on Capitol Hill and made this publicly known. Bringing up issues or concerns about election fraud shouldn’t be punished; this punishment only breeds more room for corruption in politics and is horrible for the country.
In light of big tech’s habitual bias against Republicans and others with right-wing views and politics, the decision to pull donations from conservatives in Congress isn’t all that shocking.
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