“Threat to Free Speech”: Tulsi Gabbard Sues Google Over Alleged Censorship

“Threat to Free Speech”: Tulsi Gabbard Sues Google Over Alleged Censorship By Julia Conley Arguing Google’s singular dominance over internet searches presents a danger to democracy, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard filed a lawsuit Thursday in California against the tech giant over its alleged censorship of her campaign. Gabbard says that for about six hours after the first Democratic presidential debate on June 27, Google suspended her campaign’s ad account without warning, making it impossible for the campaign to advertise during a spike in internet searches related to the Hawaii Democrat. Google says…

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Tulsi Gabbard Wants to Legalize Marijuana, Punish Big Pharma and End Private Prisons

Tulsi Gabbard Wants to Legalize Marijuana, Punish Big Pharma and End Private Prisons By Elias Marat Tulsi Gabbard, Hawaii’s democratic congresswoman and one of many entrants in the crowded 2020 presidential race, is already turning heads thanks to her anti-interventionist foreign policy approach and progressive stance on a variety of issues, making her an outlier among establishment Democrats. If her pre-campaign messaging and campaign launch speech are any indicator, the potential presidential contender has no intention of backing down – especially when it comes to her strong advocacy of medical…

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Tulsi Gabbard Slams “Neocon/Neolib Warmongers” After NBC Propaganda Exposed

Tulsi Gabbard Slams “Neocon/Neolib Warmongers” After NBC Propaganda Exposed By Tyler Durden Tulsi Gabbard lashed out at “neocon” and “neolib warmongers” after NBC News was exposed trying to smear her as a Kremlin stooge. The network was called out over the weekend for relying on a Democrat-run firm that created fake Russian Twitter bots to stage a “false flag” campaign against Republic Roy Moore in the 2017 Alabama special election – New Knowledge. To justify its claim that Tulsi Gabbard is the Kremlin’s candidate, NBC writes: Analysts at New Knowledge, the company the Senate Intelligence Committee used…

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