Posted on June 19, 2020

Tech Companies Increase Censorship Against Conservatives

Pedro Gonzalez, American Greatness, June 18, 2020

On Wednesday,, a conservative website focused on immigration, announced its domain name registrar would be terminating its account.

Lydia Brimelow wrote:

This Monday, June 15th, Network Solutions, our domain name registrar, suddenly gave us 10 days’ notice of its intention to terminate our account, after some 20 years. It gave no specific reasons beyond alleged violations of its Acceptable Use Policy, but said “we consider your continued use of our services a serious issue and risk to our business and corporate reputation.”


On Tuesday, June 16, Google announced it would ban the site Zero Hedge from its Google Ads program.

{snip} NBC News tried to get Google to pull its ads program from The Federalist but ultimately failed. {snip} Google spared their publication with a warning.

On the same day’s article was published, Bloomberg Technology reported Republican Senator Tom Cotton had received a call from “low-level” Twitter employee who threatened to permanently lock his account unless he deleted a tweet that advocated using the military to quell unrest throughout the U.S. and used the term “no quarter.”

The next day, Facebook removed posts and ads run by the re-election campaign of President Donald Trump, claiming the ads violated its policy against organized hate.