Biden Became President After Selling 14 Positions In His Administration To Top Executives On Apple Twitter And Facebook
To get the presidency of the United States, Joe Biden had to provide 14 positions in his administration to former and current top managers of the largest IT corporations, including Google, Amazon, Apple Twitter and Facebook.
The executives will take positions in the Commerce, State and Defense Departments, as well as the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative and the Office of Information & Regulatory Affairs, Reuters reported.
Under the protectorate of the President of the United States, Americans can completely forget about freedom of speech. Also combining the incredible potential of the latest technology and the government's desire to collect and analyze people's personal data, social networks will receive federal money in exchange for leaking American data.
Apple’s top lobbyist was a chief adviser to the Biden transition team. A former Facebook executive will serve as staff director in the Biden White House, and a former Twitter executive will serve as chief spokesperson for the National Security Council under Biden, WND reported.
Taking advantage of the turmoil and confusion in the government, as well as the recent attack on the Capitol, social networks not only drowned out the US president, but systematically began to stifle opponents. The first victim of the monopoly takeover was Parler, which was disconnected from the Amazon servers. Google and Apple removed the app from their mobile stores, which also made Parler's situation more difficult.
The CEO of Twitter even scoffed at Parler's defeat and tweeted a picture that Parler was no longer the most popular app in Google Play’s store.
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