Conservative Leaders Urge AG Barr to Investigate Facebook, Twitter, Google/YouTube

CNS News | 2/21/2019 | Staff
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On Thursday, conservative organizations, led by Media Research Center (MRC) President Brent Bozell, urged U.S. Attorney General William Barr to launch an investigation into the censorship and politically-motivated practices of social media giants Facebook, Twitter, and Google/YouTube.

In the following letter to Attorney General Barr, conservative leaders present research supporting the need for a formal Justice Department investigation of the popular, powerful social media platforms.

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Congratulations on your recent confirmation as the 85th Attorney General of the United States.

Following up on comments made during your confirmation hearing, we would like to bring to your attention some important details about online censorship. As you may recall from that hearing, both Senators Blackburn and Hawley brought up the possibility of the Department of Justice investigating Facebook, Twitter, and Google/YouTube. We concur with these two senators that the investigation of these firms is urgent and we respectfully recommend that such an investigation should be a high priority for your office.

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At this point, it is undeniable that Facebook, Twitter, and Google/YouTube all have a significant liberal agenda hardwired into their platforms. These platforms also have an unprecedented power to manipulate and sway elections. Such sweeping power, combined with near monopolistic dominance in the marketplace, and in conjunction with deep one-sided liberal partisan bias within all these organizations, is cause for alarm. These organizations present a threat not merely to conservatives in the United States, but indeed our free market economic system and the very viability of the U.S. political system. Respecting these entities’ own constitutional rights, we believe there nevertheless is ample probable cause of antitrust violations and of conspiracy to violate the constitutional rights of conservatives, and possible collusion to violate laws governing America’s campaign finance system and elections.

Since January of 2018, the Media Research Center has conducted a thorough analysis of claims made by...
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