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Dan Crenshaw Tears Google a New One

Unless you’ve been living under a vacuum tube powered Zenith from the 1980s, you’re probably aware of the fact that Project Veritas has been doing the Lord’s work. They’ve uncovered startling political bias at YouTube, Google, Instagram and other social media outlets where conservative voices are being “de-boosted” and otherwise suppressed in some of the most startling ways.

Likewise, unless you’ve been living under a gramophone, you know that Senator Ted Cruz has laid into a top Google executive about their shady practices, and outed them in front of the whole nation as the censoring goons that they really are. He pinned them down for all to see as the anti-American election meddling useful idiots that we have long known them to be.

You wanna know what’s really funny? They did this last election too, and Donald Trump still won. Go on, open a beer with us. We all deserve it.

Anyway, Senator Cruz really tore them a new one. But he wasn’t the only conservative cat to bat around these culture-subverting, America hating Google. Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw also had a day in the sun batting around a top ranking Google exec.

We’ve got to tell you, it was great to see. Now, we just hope that Trump gets wind of the liberal blood in the water and starts making hay before we all get banned from the Interwebs.

Here’s BlazeTV with the blazing Dan Crenshaw.


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