They penned an open letter to legislators defending the complete dominance of corporations like Facebook, Amazon, Apple, and Google over their marketplaces, claiming that restricting it would assist the Russians.
“U.S. technology platforms have given the world the opportunity to witness the true story of the Russian military’s horrible human rights abuses in Ukraine, including Bucha atrocities, and the incredible valor of the Ukrainian people who continue to resist. Social media sites are full of messages of support for Ukraine as well as fundraising initiatives to assist Ukrainian refugees,” claimed deep state spooks.
“U.S. policymakers should not unintentionally impede the effectiveness of U.S. technology platforms in countering growing disinformation and cybersecurity threats, particularly as the West continues to rely on these firms’ size and reach to counter Moscow,” they stressed. “However, recent proposed congressional legislation would unintentionally restrict these platforms’ capacity to target disinformation efforts while also protecting their users’ security in the United States and globally.”
In a response published on his Substack profile, renegade leftist journalist Glenn Greenwald criticized this justification. Saying that these deep state saboteurs are attempting to stymie bipartisan legislation that is wildly popular with the general public and would reduce the size of tech firms.
“The blatant exploitation can hardly be more obvious: you must devote yourself to the complete preservation of Google, Facebook, Apple, and Amazon’s power if you despise Putin like any true and patriotic American should,” Greenwald said.
We’ve written about how tech companies have removed items in order to incite hatred against Russia and push the deep state’s preferred warmongering perspective:
“Ukraine on Fire” is a documentary about the Ukraine conflict from famous director Oliver Stone, which is being suppressed by Big Tech.”
“YouTube deleted Stone’s documentary, “Ukraine on Fire.” We believe that the public should have a say in what it sees, not Google executives. We’re pleased to announce that the producers have uploaded the film to Rumble, allowing anyone who wishes to see it to do so,” said Rumble on Twitter.”
The intelligence community is dead set against what is good for the general public. President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s dire warnings about the military-industrial complex have come true.