Florida Republican candidate for Congress Laura Loomer took a stick to Big Tech for the dystopian world of censorship it is forcing on America in its support of its anti-American, left-wing agenda.
The Washington Sentinel Reports:
Loomer, who faces incumbent Democrat Lois Frankel in Florida’s 21st Congressional District in November’s election, has repeatedly gone hard after the Big Tech giants who are supporting her Democrat opponent.
Now, a new pro-Loomer ad by the American Liberty Fund slams companies such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and more for its Orwellian attempt to end free speech while pretending to uphold it.
“Facebook, Twitter and the Tech Giants want us all to live in a place called Rainbowland. Rainbowland, where we all robotically smile for the camera, post our selfies and pretend the world is happy and bright. But in Rainbowland, there is no dissent, no debate on America’s challenges,” the narrator in the ad says.
The ad goes on to slam the Big Tech bros for trying to punish wrong think… meaning anything that comes from the politically conservative side of the aisle.
The ad also notes that Big Tech has already shut down Americans and others because they are conservatives.
“Because after all, the advertisers who fund Rainbowland with billions of dollars only want their products shown next to smiling babies, vacation selfies, and those cute little puppies,” Loomer’s message adds. “In Rainbowland, EVERY action you take is tracked, scored, and used against you. And if when your score drops low enough . . . you, yes YOU, will be censored or even thrown out of Rainbowland. Do YOU want to live in a world that wants to control your thoughts? Your actions?”
The ad concludes saying that Big Tech has also already censored Loomer:
“This is America! And we can fight back! Laura Loomer is running for Congress and She’ll fight to stop big tech control! She’s been banned from Facebook, Twitter, PayPal, Uber and more, [serious, angry] they even shut down her bank account. . . all because she stood up to Silicon Valley billionaires. On November 3rd, send a fighter to Washington that Big Tech fears, vote for Laura Loomer for Congress.”