September 22, 2020.
Mark your reading calendars. Or your audible calendars. Or whichever means you use for reading, this book is one you definitely do not want to miss.
Allum Bokhari, who worked on major Google products and services over a period of several years, witnessed the open interference in elections and extreme bias towards the left for years, which has only multiplied exponentially since Trump became President.
“When voters find out what big tech companies have done to meddle in the coming election, they’ll be rightly furious” said the source, who worked on key Google products for several years.
“The level of covert manipulation is breathtaking. Every American who’s worried about the future of free and fair elections should read this book.” [Source: Breitbart]
Big Tech has been engaged in a number of rather obvious endeavors to suffocate other voices for years. It is nearly impossible to search for Breitbart on Google anymore, even when physically inputting “Breitbart.” One is actually far more likely to find The New York Times or The Washington Post criticizing Breitbart than an article from Breitbart.
Fox News hardly gets top billing either, and it is safe to say that The Blaze, The Daily Wire, The Washington Examiner, and pretty much every other remotely conservative publication falls off a cliff into oblivion when big tech gets involved.
Bokhari has been integral to helping whistleblowers form all the tech giants, including YouTube, Google, and Facebook, release leaks from internal meetings and other information that shows very nefarious intentions and chilling implications for the future.
In short, these leaks have revealed a blatant agenda against conservatives and a terrifying push towards a digital New World Order, where tech fuses itself as seamlessly with the government as the Catholic Church did with corrupt European leaders from centuries ago; such a partnership enabled nearly endless wars and total dominion over other people, not to mention a total absence of free speech and freedom of expression.
Perhaps copies of George Orwell’s 1984 and Animal Farm will start mysteriously disappearing from Amazon again, just as they did a few years ago. At the time, Amazon claimed it was a “glitch,” but it was a strangely curious glitch that seemed to affect exactly one author and two books, both of which happened to center on the dangers of an incredibly fascist, totalitarian regime.
If you’d like to get your hands on this book, you can find several buying options here. After endless publications on Trump, which are filled largely with exaggerations or outright lies, at last, Americans are given the unvarnished truth, thanks to the bravery of Mr. Bokhari.
Perhaps if sales of this book really escalate, Big Tech might rethink its “progressive” aims. After all, as highly as they think of themselves, they make every effort behind the scenes to stamp out competition, revealing money to be the largest motivator of all (it usually is).
Who knows? Big Tech just might be biased towards the right side one day … Nah, that’s a little too unbelievable. Regardless, this publication is just in time for the 2020 election, and with any luck, sales of this book will be greater than every single “expose” on Trump combined.
However, it is important to note that this book extends way beyond serious issues with Trump’s re-election; after all, Trump will serve two terms (assuming everyone gets out to vote) and gracefully exit, yet the omnipresent threat of tech will still exist, unless, of course, it is weakened in the meantime.
Google currently dominates the Internet search engines, with an estimated 98% or more of all consumers using Google to find information. Since information is one of the most valuable commodities in the world today, given the high price paid for it, Google arguably has a total monopoly over information in the United States and should be subject to anti-trust laws, just as the Rockefeller industry was over a century ago.
After all, the industries may have changed, but the anti-Sherman act remains applicable in any scenario wherein a company grows too big, too powerful, and above all, too politically influential.
Perhaps Bokhari’s #Deleted will be just the impetus needed to seriously begin breaking up Big Tech.