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White House Political Bias Censorship Reporting Tool

Many conservatives and President Trump supporters are being censored by big tech. If you’re a political bias censorship victim by social media giants like Facebook, Twitter, and Google, for your political views, President Trump wants to hear about it! 🙂

Tech Bias Reporting Tool

Today President Donald J. Trump rolled out this Tech Bias Censorship reporting tool

Update 06/14/19: President Trump’s outsourced typepad.com tech bias reporting tool has closed after less than 1 month. More info on it’s closure is in today’s blog post.

The White House launched a new online tool on Wednesday allowing people to report “political bias” on social media. The “Tech Bias Story Sharing Tool” asks users to give some background on themselves including their email, phone number and U.S. citizenship status before sharing “what happened on social media.” Users can select from a list of tech companies, including Facebook, Twitter, Google, YouTube, that took action against them, to explain what happened in their own words.

Social media platforms should advance Free speech. Yet too many Americans have seen their accounts suspended, banned, or fraudulently reported for unclear “violations” of user policies, reads the tool’s welcome message. “No matter your views, if you suspect political bias caused such an action to be taken against you, share your story with President Trump.”

You can access the political bias censorship reporting tool here. Naturally the fake news networks are taking cheap shots at our fearless leader Donald J. Trump, but considering the sources we know president Trump is working to correct political bias censorship by big tech. It’s full speed ahead toward Trump2020! 😉

Retired used car dealer (trust-me) and ASE cert mechanic turned hobbyist internet webmaster. I also operate Doc's place computer bulletin board system (bbs) since 1991. This blog does not generate revenue by displaying pay-per-click advertising. Pop-ups and ads are distractions that cheapens the message being sent. Kindly comment and share while you're here :=)

2 Comments

  1. Gary Owen

    The tool cannot be accessed Where do I get it?

    Reply
    1. FidoSysop (Post author)

      Yea I think it has been hacked. Typical federal government might take months to fix.. 🇺🇲😁🇺🇲

      Reply

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