Is it because Russia? … The MSM has long attacked conservatives upset with immigrants using anchor-babies to ease immigration to the United States. It is a problem that the media insists doesn’t really exist. Until yesterday, when NBC News published a story about how Russian women are taking birthing vacations to Miami. Why the focus all of a sudden? Is it because Russia, Russia, Russia? Well, the article does try to say that the Trump organization is directly profiting off of the practice through hotels and condo buildings. No, really, it does.
Apology tour … If you think what America needs is for Millennials with microphones to travel the world and apologize for Donald Trump, then Samantha Bee has the bit for you. The TBS host has decided to start a segment called “The Apology Race,” a take on the reality show “The Amazing Race.” As NewsBusters explains, it’s gonna be a laugh riot, or just sad, definitely one of those two things.
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It’s like you don’t exist … Conservatives have long thought their tweets were being lost in the ether. Why did what used to get significant engagement on the social network suddenly seem as if it were launched into nothingness? James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas has found out why. Undercover videos show Twitter engineers explaining the development of “shadow banning.” What’s that? Former Twitter software engineer Abhinav Vadrevu says, “They [Twitter users] just think that no one is engaging with their content, when in reality, no one is seeing it.”
Gavin gets to the bottom of it … Last night, CRTV host Gavin McInnes had O’Keefe on his program to discuss the latest bombshell from Project Veritas. O’Keefe explains how he himself went undercover to get the most salacious details, in the yearlong investigation.
Not just Twitter … It’s not just Twitter in the news for anti-conservative bias. Google, which for all intents and purposes shapes what you see when you use the internet, is in hot water for two separate, but related stories this week. The first involves a new “fact-check” feature it rolled out for searches that seemingly targets conservative websites more than left-wing sites. The second is for a lawsuit filed by James Damore, the engineer fired for conservative viewpoints. The documented anti-conservative bias by Google employees is a sight to behold.
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Robert Eno is the director of research for Conservative Review. He is a conservative from deep blue Massachusetts but now lives in Greenville, SC.