The Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) plans to lobby D.C. lawmakers to take action against online censorship within the next month.
In a recent press release, the Americans for Legal Immigration PAC announced their plans to lobby GOP lawmakers, the DOJ, and the White House to take action against online censorship by the Silicon Valley tech giants.
Underscoring the need for action to be taken against censorship on social media platforms, ALIPAC has compiled a list of conservatives censored online — a list that continues to grow as recently as this week with the suspension of James Woods from Twitter.
The press release from ALIPAC states:
The coalition of groups going to Washington, DC, Oct 2-4 to lobby GOP lawmakers, DOJ, and the White House to take swift and decisive action to curtail Democrat dominated Silicon Valley corporation cyber censorship of conservatives is compiling a list of victims to share with the media and the American public.
The List of Conservative Victims of Silicon Valley Company Censorship is under construction, growing rapidly, posted at the top of ALIPAC’s Announcement section, contains details and documentation, and available at this link–
ALIPAC and Oath Keepers have both been targeted by companies like PayPal, Twitter, Facebook, and Google, and in response are now organizing a first of its kind lobbying effort in Washington to oppose Silicon Valley censorship.
Oath Keepers and ALIPAC believe these companies are using their vast power, wealth, and surveilance state technologies, to provide unequal services to Americans, discriminate against Americans based on creed, and attempt to take control of US elections, laws, and policies.
Groups, pundits, activists, and average citizens who feel they have been treated unfairly and unequally by Silicon Valley companies are encouraged to take the following steps.
Step 1: Create a written document online providing detailed descriptions and documentation of Silicon Valley corporation bias. That information can be published online in many places including the ALIPAC Discussion Groups at www.alipac.us
Step 2: Send hard copies of these bias reports to the media and GOP lawmakers in DC along with the US Department of Justice, the White House, and your state’s Attorney General.
Step 3: Notify ALIPAC.us of your bias complaints for inclusion in the List of Conservatives Censored by Silicon Valley companies Facebook, Google, Twitter, & PayPal.
The list of victims of Silicon Valley totalitarian abuses will be updated daily in the run-up to the October 2-4 lobbying effort. A copy of the list will be provided to government regulatory agencies and GOP lawmakers. Groups and activists who wish to join the coalition should contact William Gheen of ALIPAC or Stewart Rhodes of Oath Keepers.
The list currently contains 44 individuals and groups that have been censored by Silicon Valley tech firms, the list includes:
Center for Immigration Studies
President Donald Trump
Alex Jones & Infowars
Dennis Michael Lynch
GOP Rep. Marsha Blackburn
Diamond and Silk
The Tennessee Star online newspaper
“Activist Mommy” Elizabeth Johnston
California Republican congressional candidate Elizabeth Heng
Executive Director of the Ron Paul Institute Daniel McAdams
Overpasses for America
Ex-Muslims of North America
Canadian intelligence expert and prominent anti-Islamist researcher Tom Quiggin
David Horowitz of FrontPage magazine
Fox News contributor Michelle Malkin
Paul Joseph Watson
TGP’s Jim Hoft
#WalkAway founder Brandon Straka
Larry Klayman of FreedomwatchHuman Coalition
Pastor Rich Penkoski of West Virginia
Steven Andrew, a conservative Christian Silicon Valley entrepreneur
The Declaration of Independence
Wes Cook band’s song “I Stand For The Flag”
Lila Rose of Live Action
Republican Party chair Ronna McDaniel
GOP Rep. Mark Meadows
GOP Rep. Jim Jordan
GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz
Trump Jr.’s spokesman Andrew Surabian
ACT! for America founder Brigitte Gabriel
Islam critic Pamela Geller
Turning Point USA director of communications Candace Owens
A recent report from Bloomberg revealed that the White House has drafted an executive order that would begin an antitrust investigation into the business practices of Silicon Valley tech companies such as Google, Facebook, and Twitter. The executive order is reportedly just awaiting President Trump’s signature before the investigation can take place. The order is still only a draft and has yet to be reviewed by other government agencies according to White House officials.
Bloomberg obtained a copy of the draft, nothing that it instructs U.S. antitrust authorities to: “Thoroughly investigate whether any online platform has acted in violation of the antitrust laws.” The order asks other government agencies to suggest actions that could potentially “protect competition among online platforms and address online platform bias,” within the next month.
The document does not, however, specifically name which companies would be subject to investigation, rather seeming to target all of them with wording stating that the investigation would pertain to “any online platform” that may have violated antitrust laws.