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TEXAS SENATE TAKES AIM AT YOUTUBE: Next News Network's Demonetization Triggers Investigation

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In a groundbreaking move, the Texas Senate Committee on State Affairs has unanimously voted to authorize subpoenas to big tech firms like Facebook and Google. This bold action comes in response to explosive testimony from Google whistleblower Zach Vorhies, who exposed the company's alleged efforts to interfere with elections and maintain a biased information landscape. Vorhies shed light on Google's secret "Machine Learning Fairness" program, aimed at "programming the public" to align with the tech giant's corporate values. He also revealed the rampant censorship and bias targeting conservative outlet Next News Network, which has been demonetized for over six months. The mounting evidence suggests that these tech giants impose their own biases to manipulate and stifle dissenting voices, undermining the very foundation of our democratic process. Senator Bryan Hughes and the committee have made it clear that Texas will not stand idly by while big tech threatens the integrity of our elections. As the investigation unfolds, it is crucial that the public remains informed and vigilant. Stay tuned for updates on this groundbreaking case, as we fight to ensure that every voice is heard and that our elections remain free, fair, and transparent. Don't mess with Texas!

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