Damning Claim: Google Supposedly Intercepted RNC Donation Emails on Biggest Fundraising Days for 7 Months in a Row

It’s no state secret that Big-Tech is in cahoots with the establishment left, anyone who’s been observing the sociopolitical landscape for the last half-decade can tell you that. Recently, Google may have taken its bias and double standards to new lows.

The Republican National Committee revealed that its email communications are being tactically labeled as “spam” by the Silicon Valley company, according to Axios. By diverting the emails to a spam folder, it remains essentially hidden from the Gmail user among the constant flood of spam emails. 

Google sent RNC emails to the spam inbox with regularity on important fundraising deadlines, according to RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel.

On most days as much as 90% of emails seem to hit the primary inbox. On critical fundraising days, however, the emails are almost guaranteed to be relegated to the spam folder. 

Could this be a simple, convenient glitch? Or is there something more to this?

Google has blacklisted and purged information that’s inconvenient to the left from search results for years, but this form of censorship is even more nefarious as it has blocked communications between willing parties.

Conservatives and Post-liberals alike have long been critics of Big Tech’s censorship bias, and have even proposed regulating the Silicon Valley giants as common carriers. This would essentially make it illegal for Google to discriminate politically. They’d be obligated to treat every user of their service equally.

McDaniel revealed that the RNC has filed a complaint with the Federal Communications Commission against Google’s political bias


Published by Ryan DeLarme

Independent Media, Investigative Journalism

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