LinkedIn Censors Conservative Presidential Candidate: Why Big Tech is Threatening Free Speech

Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy has been censored by LinkedIn for his truthful and fact-based views on climate policy and China. The pro-social networking website accused Ramaswamy of spreading “misinformation, hate speech, and violence” over two videos from earlier this year. In those videos, Ramaswamy voiced his concerns about President Biden’s policy on China, as well as stating that “fossil fuels are a requirement for human prosperity.” However, LinkedIn failed to provide any evidence for why they flagged Ramaswamy’s content.

This is just another example of big tech election interference. As conservatives have been pointing out for the past couple of years, social media giants like LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter have been censoring conservative voices, stifling free speech, and manipulating public opinion. Two years ago, they censored people who believed that schools shouldn’t be closed because of COVID. Now they’re censoring a presidential candidate for expressing his views on fossil fuels and climate policies.

But it’s not just about Vivek Ramaswamy or the 2020 presidential election. It’s about the future of America. The fact that large tech companies are silencing conservative voices with no clear evidence of wrongdoing is a worrying sign. This is not how a democratic society should work. It’s clear that there is an “arranged marriage” between Big Tech and the left, and they’re working together to push their agenda and stifle free speech.

This is why it’s so important to have someone like Vivek Ramaswamy in the presidential race. He’s not afraid to speak the truth and challenge the status quo. Ramaswamy co-founded Strive Asset Management with Peter Thiel to counter the ideological cartel on Wall Street that used ESG criteria in investing. ESG, or sustainable investing, is often used to promote liberal causes like gun control and environmentalism.

We need more people like Vivek Ramaswamy who are willing to stand up for conservative values. We need leaders who are not afraid to challenge the liberal narrative and speak the truth. LinkedIn’s censorship of Ramaswamy is a prime example of why we need to fight against the big tech election interference and protect free speech.

Source: The Daily Caller

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