An immigration enforcement advocate is leading a lobbying effort against the censorship of conservatives by Silicon Valley tech giants.
Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) and Oath Keepers have both been targeted by companies such as PayPal, Twitter, Facebook and Google.
In response, the two groups are now organizing a first-of-its-kind lobbying effort in Washington, D.C., to oppose what they call, “Silicon Valley censorship.”
On October 2–4, the organizations will urge GOP lawmakers, the United States Department of Justice and the White House to take swift and decisive action to curtail Democrat-dominated Silicon Valley corporation cyber censorship of conservatives.
They have compiled a list of victims to share with the media and the American public.
ALIPAC President William Gheen shared more about everyone involved in the effort.
"Pam Geller's on it, several members of Congress, [and] President Trump,” Gheen shared. “These are all people you'll find in news articles or Internet postings and other types of documentation saying that this is a conservative voice that is being targeted by Silicon Valley corporations like Facebook, Twitter, Google, PayPal and others for suppression or violation of their civil rights."
Gheen argues that lawmakers must step in.
"One of the first things we need to do between now and the midterms is to explain to them that many of them may be losing their seats because of this issue, and they need to understand that they're going to continue losing seats as long as Facebook, Twitter and Google take control of U.S. elections,” Gheen asserted. “As those companies take control of elections, less Republicans will be elected, and more socialist Soros-backed Democrats will be elected."