Corporate Media Backing of TPP is Key Reason They Desperately Protect Hillary

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Coming Soon. From literal corporate rule over the constitutions of sovereign nations to companies having the right to pull down a website without court order, it is the greatest blow to American freedoms that would dwarf the Patriot Act.

Consider the greatest backers. Google supports the TPP and was nailed time and time again for manipulating search results to favor Hillary whenever someone tries to type in a negative query. Time-Warner, which owns CNN, has gone out of its way to act as a PR agency for Hillary, as seen in the video above. Disney, Viacom, same thing: 100% pro-TPP.


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Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt is seen during a news conference at the main office of Google Korea in Seoul on November 8, 2011.   Schmidt said that he has asked the South Korean president and top telecommunication regulator to take a cue from countries with more lax rules on the Internet.   AFP PHOTO/JUNG YEON-JE        (Photo credit should read JUNG YEON-JE/AFP/GettyImages)
Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt is seen during a news conference at the main office of Google Korea in Seoul on November 8, 2011. Schmidt said that he has asked the South Korean president and top telecommunication regulator to take a cue from countries with more lax rules on the Internet. AFP PHOTO/JUNG YEON-JE (Photo credit should read JUNG YEON-JE/AFP/GettyImages)

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