Tulsi Gabbard Sues Google for $50 Million for Censoring Her, Interfering in Election

Gabbard's lawsuit seeks an injunction against Google to prevent them from interfering in the election, and $50 million in damages.


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Presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard has filed a lawsuit against Google for suspending her campaign’s advertisements after the first Democrat debate in June.

“Google’s discriminatory actions against my campaign are reflective of how dangerous their complete dominance over internet search is, and how the increasing dominance of big tech companies over our public discourse threatens our core American values,” Rep. Gabbard said. “This is a threat to free speech, fair elections, and to our democracy, and I intend to fight back on behalf of all Americans.”

Gabbard was the most searched candidate after the June debate.

Her lawsuit seeks an injunction against Google to prevent them from interfering in the election, and $50 million in damages.

Google has claimed Gabbard’s advertisements were suspended automatically due to sudden “large spending changes.”

A Google senior software engineer admitted in a video released yesterday that Big Tech is taking sides politically.

Google recently blocked a veteran recovery foundation from placing an advertisement with the word ‘Christian’ on YouTube. The same ad was accepted with the word “Muslim” instead.

Gabbard’s lawsuit also claims Google is sending their campaign emails to people’s spam folders at “a disproportionately high rate” compared to other campaigns. Gabbard is most notable among Democrat candidates for championing a peaceful foreign policy.

Gabbard’s full lawsuit:


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