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An immigration watchdog has joined the list of conservatives who have a Silicon Valley problem.
President Donald Trump has accused tech giants such as Google of censorship, joining a chorus of conservative opinion writers, activists, and journalists who have cited repeated attempts to silence them.
Trump complained that when he used Google to search for "Trump news," the results CNN and other "fake news media" to promote negative stories against him, while suppressing conservative outlets.
A simple Google image search of "idiot" brings up images of Trump, too, which no might make the Left howl with laughter but also reinforces Trump's complaint of biased and wildly influential tech giants.
William Gheen, president of Americans for Legal Immigration PAC, or ALIPAC, says he agrees with the president's concerns.
"I think the biggest factor in the 2018 midterm elections," Gheen tells OneNewsNow, "is going to be Silicon Valley: Facebook, Twitter, Google."
In particular, says Gheen, ALIPAC has seen its public reach shrink over two years due to "suppression and censorship" from those three corporations, because his organization is hated by the Left for opposing illegal immigration and calls for amnesty.
"They're doing everything they can, he warns, "to push those elections another couple percentage points toward the Democrats through their censorship and abuse of American civil rights."
Congress needs to step in, he adds, and hold the companies accountable for their left-wing bias.
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