George Soros Teams Up With Koch Brothers to Promote Big Tech Censorship
After Charlottesville Project will bring political elites and big tech together
The Koch Brothers have announced they will be teaming up with big tech companies, universities and fellow billionaires, including George Soros, to fight what they term 'online extremism.'
The globalist Koch Brothers recently announced they would not be supporting Donald Trump's re-election campaign, intending to endorse the Democrats.
This July, the After Charlottesville Project will host a second summit in San Francisco, California, bringing political and business leaders under one roof to discuss curbing 'political terrorism,' a blanket term used to describe conservative independent voices.
According to the events press release:
The focus on this year’s summit will involve the “private tech sector” and “best practices on the fight against hate and extremism online."
Representatives for the Anti-Defamation League and the Charles Koch Institute will join with big tech companies.
“Now more than ever is the time to create communities that value diversity, inclusivity and positive change,” Michael Signer, the former mayor of Charlottesville, Virginia and the founder and chair of the Communities Overcoming Extremism Project, said in a statement.
"We’re excited to assemble with these forward-thinking tech leaders to explore what positive outcomes we can gain from an event full of powerful conversations.”
The news comes almost a month after President Donald Trump's administration has launched a new tool designed to fight online censorship and big tech bias directly to the White House.
The online tool allows Americans to report political censorship on social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook directly to President Trump.
In a tweet on Wednesday, the administration announced the tool, declaring it is “fighting for free speech.”
“No matter your views, if you suspect political bias has caused you to be censored or silenced online, we want to hear about it!” the White House stated in the tweet with a link to the censorship reporting tool.