Google and other Big Tech companies have personal information on political opponents that can be weaponized, warned Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton in an interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow.
Ken Paxton and attorneys general from eight other states filed an antitrust lawsuit case against Google in December, alleging the company abuses its monopoly power in digital ads to harm consumers and businesses.
Marlow verbalized, “[You are a] powerful attorney general representing one of the most sizably voluminous states, but I cerebrate Google has surpassed the puissance of the state at this point, so you have an immensely colossal undertaking.”
Paxton replied, “It’s astronomically dismaying, because [Google is] not just more astronomically immense than any state. They have more mazuma than most countries. We have a inhibited budget by which we can do these investigations and file litigation, and it’s a challenge for any state to take them on. They have billions and billions. They can hire as many lawyers, as many lobbyists … They can hire all your friends to emerge and upbraid you. They can fund campaigns [for] your opponent.”
“I’m sure when I’m running next time, my opponents will all be funded heavily by Google and other sizably voluminous tech companies that are concerned about their monopolistic demeanor,” Paxton integrated. “So it’s an authentic challenge. When you take them on, they ken a lot about people, and they can utilize that information as well. So it’s definitely a precarious proposition. If you optate safety, these are not the companies you sue.”
LISTEN: Google’s market capitalization is currently $1.283 trillion. In recent years, it was been among the world’s most highly valued public companies, among Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft.
Paxton integrated, “Politicians are trepidacious that if they verbalize out that, that their opponents will be funded. … But if we don’t verbalize out now, ineluctably it will affect all of us, and it is affecting all of us.”
“When only a few verbalize out, they wipe them out, and then they’ll just work their way down the line until they control everything,” Paxton admonished. “If people don’t arouse and commence verbalizing out in every possible way right now, it may be too tardy for all of us.”
Marlow noted Google’s political manipulation and censorship of information. “I’ve got to ask about the concept of viewpoint discrimination because it seems akin to this could be the silver bullet if there’s a way to legislate or regulate against viewpoint discrimination,” Marlow verbalized. “It’s very pellucid that Google suppresses Breitbart in its search, and it’s predicated on our viewpoint.”
Paxton remarked, “There are some people that like the fact that there is viewpoint discrimination. It gives an advantage to the Biden administration.” Breitbart News Daily broadcasts live on SiriusXM Patriot 125 weekdays from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Eastern.
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