Laura Loomer Fires Back! All Tech Execs Lied Under Oath to Congress

Journalist Laura Loomer says that every one of the tech execs lied under oath to Congress when they claimed there was no censoring of conservatives on their platforms.

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You can denigrate Christians all day long and there would be no problem, but tell the truth about the Muslim faith and you are in big trouble.

From The Gateway Pundit

Investigative journalist Laura Loomer blasted executives of Google, Facebook and Twitter for lying to Congress about suppressing conservative content and censoring Trump supporters in an exclusive interview with The Gateway Pundit.

“More conservatives need to actually take a stand against social media censorship. It’s extremely problematic what is taking place and the lack of accountability is egregious quite frankly,” Loomer said. “You see that these tech giants, people like Mark Zuckerberg, Sheryl Sandberg and Jack Dorsey testified to Congress in September about the topic of social media censorship of conservatives under oath.

“They lied to Congress and they said that they are not censoring. But there is so much evidence that shows there is censorship of conservatives currently taking place.”

The conservative firebrand says she is living proof that big tech thought police act as gatekeepers preventing conservative content from being shared online.

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