Well, will wonders never cease. The national Republican Party finally did something about Big Tech censorship. They’ve launched a lawsuit against Google.
Last Friday, the Republican National Committee (RNC) filed a lawsuit against search giant Google for sending millions of GOP campaign emails to Gmail users’ spam folders where they were never seen.
The RNC accused Google of “discriminating” against it by “throttling its email messages because of the RNC’s political affiliation and views,” according to a lawsuit filed in the Eastern District of California, Newsmax reported.
“Google has relegated millions of RNC emails en masse to potential donors’ and supporters’ spam folders during pivotal points in election fundraising and community building,” the RNC added.
Spam filters on email services typically weed out unsolicited “spam” messages and divert them to a separate folder.
The RNC said that for most of the month, nearly all of its emails end up in users’ inboxes but at the end of the month, which is an important time for fund-raising, nearly all of their emails end up in spam folders.
“Critically, and suspiciously, this end of the month period is historically when the RNC’s fundraising is most successful,” the lawsuit said, adding that it doesn’t matter whether the email is about donating, voting, or community outreach.
The committee said the “discrimination” had been going on for about 10 months despite its best efforts to work with Google.
It’s about time the GOP tries to do SOMETHING about Big Tech’s blatant, anti-American, political censorship, and open partisanship for the far=let, un-American Democrat Party.Commentary