The attack on news sites with alternative viewpoints constitutes an attack on free speech. We know for a fact Google’s Eric Schmidt was working with the Clinton campaign. We know for a fact that the targeted “fake news” is largely conservative. A class-action lawsuit by aggrieved parties targeting the Google monopoly and attack on free speech may be appropriate here, and it will stick. So bring it, Zuckerberg, Schmidt. There’s a ton of lawyers waiting to teach you a lesson, duly administered up to, and painfully at the Supreme Court.
Too little, too late…
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