Fake News media outlets like CNN have become nothing more than giant mouthpieces for the Democrats and the Radical Left.
It’s the reason why CNN has lost credibility in the eyes of most Americans.
And now a whistleblower just revealed how Big Tech is helping cover-up a massive scandal about CNN.
T.D. Adler is a former Wikipedia editor.
Writing under a pseudonym, Adler recently exposed how a group of liberal editors are tasked with the role of monitoring CNN’s Wikipedia page to ensure any scandals or damaging information about the network are immediately removed from the page.
According to T.D. Adler:
“When CNN became embroiled in controversy in 2017 after it threatened to identify the creator of a satirical image tweeted by President Donald Trump, left-wing Wikipedia editors had the Wikipedia article on the incident removed and its contents buried at the bottom of a page on CNN controversies. Editors proceeded to remove nearly a third of the CNN controversies article and have continued censoring the article up to the current year, including the controversy over its coverage of the 2020 election.
CNN’s own page is nearly devoid of any mention of past controversies, in stark contrast to Wikipedia pages on conservative media such as Fox News and Breitbart News, where controversies are mentioned at the very top of their main pages. Both outlets, among others, have also been the target of an ongoing purge of conservative media from the site, while CNN has been protected.”
Adler’s post clearly proves what conservatives have been saying for a while now: The Big Tech Giants like Facebook and Google are not neutral platforms like the executives often claim.
They are liberals. They have an agenda.
And they use their platform to shove it down the throats of the American people using heavy-handed moderation and Orwellian censorship tactics.
As a result of the increasing censorship, many Americans are demanding Congress reform Section 230 of the 1996 Communications Decency Act to remove Big Tech’s immunity to impose left-wing views and censorship on it’s open platforms.