STG Report: Conservative commentator Tucker Carlson recently discussed during an interview with SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily host Alex Marlow the issue of Google censorship, and the “chokehold on all human information” that Google maintains in our current system of online lawlessness.
An information monopoly, if you will, Google is right now getting away with murder when it comes to its involvement in trying to silence truth on the internet. And as of this writing, there’s no indication from Attorney General William Barr or anyone else in the current administration that anything is going to be done anytime soon about this substantial and growing problem.
Carlson specifically addressed Google’s censorship of Breitbart News for, ironically enough, publishing a story about Google censorship. Google moved this particular Breitbart piece to the 12th page of all search results for the phrase “leaked Google video Trump” – meaning very few Google users are going to find it.
In Carlson’s own words, this is a clear example of “political bias and dishonesty.” Read More …
Opinion: Posting this will not help my cause. But since Google already turned us down for advertising (AdSense) because of ‘content’, we have nothing to lose.
And in hindsight, it was a blessing since most conservative websites are struggling to keep going because Google, Facebook, and Twitter are controlling which websites are first in line for ad revenues and searches.
BPT news has no payroll to meet and is run by Editor and me and 1 volunteer assistant editor who is on call 24/7.
Over the past few years, one conservative website after another began literally begging for donations. Others have gone with private subscriptions and cut out free content, while still others are easing their readers into it by labeling select posts ‘VIP’ or some designation offering the post for a fee.
So far I count 5 websites that I use a few times each day that have moved, or are in the process of moving, towards paid membership:
- PJ Media
- Town Hall
- Jerusalem Post
- Times of Israel
- Business Insider
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) November 6, 2019
In the meantime, our web hosting server tells us that our website has become so large that in the next year or so we will need our own server if we don’t chop off several years of earlier content.
I have so far resisted asking for donations or asking for you to purchase our book, and have no interest in changing at this time. It sounds crazy, but I do not want to feel obliged to create posts like a job. I’m just not sure I could do it.
What you can do is use the share button and tell others about the site to help us reach more people to stand for Israel and study Bible prophecy.