Highlights of The Big Tech Anti-Trust Hearings

Google CEO Sundar Pichai (AP)

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The opening statement House Judiciary Committee ranking member Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) said during an antitrust hearing on Wednesday that big tech companies are “out to get conservatives,” citing Google purging Breitbart News from its search results.


Rep. Greg Steube (R-FL)  grilled Google CEO Sundar Pichai today over the removal of footage from a recent press conference held by the organization America’s Frontline Doctors. Steube argued, the videos are “free expression of speech and you have these doctors who are giving their opinion as doctors.”

  • Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) on Wednesday during a hearing slammed Google CEO Sundar Pichai for the company’s refusal to help the Pentagon build data cloud infrastructure, yet continuing to work with the Communist Chinese Party. Breitbart pointed out
  • Apple CEO Tim Cook was questioned today by Rep. Hank Johnson (D-GA) about the company’s monopoly on its App Store during a hearing before the House Judiciary Committee’s antitrust panel alongside the CEOs of Facebook, Google, and Amazon. Cook claims Apple “treats every developer the same,” and that “the rules apply to everyone.” Despite his assurances, Apple has banned apps from conservative-leaning developers including Gab and infowars apps.

In one of the few confrontational moments of the hearing, House Democrats lashed out at Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) Wednesday during a Judiciary subcommittee hearing for interrupting Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon (D-PA) when she called an email Jordan cited from a Google staffer “fringe conspiracy theories.”

Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) slamming Google for pulling out of Project Maven with the U.S. military while establishing an A.I. center that aids the Chinese military.