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    List of 71 Targets Censored By Silicon Valley Released to US Media & lawmakers

    List of 71 Targets Censored By Silicon Valley Released to US Media & lawmakers

    For National Release | September 26, 2018

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    Americans for Legal Immigration PAC ( is releasing a list of 71 conservative sources censored by Silicon Valley companies, such as Facebook, Twitter, PayPal, and Google/YouTube, to American media and lawmakers today as proof of left-wing bias and elections tampering.

    ALIPAC activist researchers scoured the web looking for documentation of groups, activists, pundits, candidates, and lawmakers who are non-violent and non-racist who report censorship, suppression, and abuse from Democrat-controlled Silicon Valley companies.

    Within a few days, the list quickly grew to 71 listings and more reports are being found each day.

    List of Conservatives Censored by Silicon Valley companies Facebook, Google, Twitter, PayPal, etc.

    This list includes links to the sources for each listing and will be sent to American media sources today and hand-delivered to the offices of GOP lawmakers in Washington, DC, during the first of its kind coalition effort ALIPAC and Oath Keepers are conducting to lobby against Silicon Valley censorship of conservatives Oct 2-4.

    "This first list of Silicon Valley oppression targets is only the tip of the iceberg! We believe millions of Americans who oppose illegal immigration, dangerous refugee resettlement programs, and socialism are being discriminated against based on their conservative creeds," declared William Gheen, President of ALIPAC. "Through censorship, deplatforming, harassment, and shadow banning, these Democrat dominated companies are denying millions of Americans access to opinions, commentary, and information in a way designed to give the left control over US elections, laws, and policies."

    This list is being built and disseminated to give American media and lawmakers quick and comprehensive access to numerous examples of the political bias and civil rights violations implemented by Silicon Valley company employees, software, and algorithms.

    ALIPAC also hopes this list will be helpful to American activists who are lobbying the White House, DOJ, GOP Lawmakers, FCC, and federal regulators to put a stop to the political censorship programs at Google, Facebook, Twitter, and PayPal.

    As of today, the following targets are on the list including but not limited to ALIPAC, Oath Keepers, Center for Immigration Studies, President Donald Trump, Ann Coulter, Alex Jones & Infowars, Milo Yiannopoulos, Prager University, GOP Rep. Marsha Blackburn, Diamond and Silk, Laura Loomer, The Tennessee Star online newspaper, "Activist Mommy" Elizabeth Johnston, California Republican congressional candidate Elizabeth Heng, Executive Director of the Ron Paul Institute Daniel McAdams, Overpasses for America, Ex-Muslims of North America, Canadian intelligence expert and prominent anti-Islamist researcher Tom Quiggin, Jihad Watch, David Horowitz of FrontPage magazine, James Allsup, Steven Crowder, Lauren Southern, Fox News contributor Michelle Malkin, Mike Cernovich, Paul Joseph Watson, TGP's Jim Hoft, Jack Posobiec, Mark Dice, Stefan Molyneux, #WalkAway founder Brandon Straka, Larry Klayman of Freedom Watch, Human Coalition, Pastor Rich Penkoski of West Virginia, conservative Christian Silicon Valley entrepreneur and pastor Steven Andrew, The Declaration of Independence, Wes Cook band's song "I Stand For The Flag," Lila Rose of Live Action, Operation Rescue, Republican Party chair Ronna McDaniel, GOP Rep. Mark Meadows , GOP Rep. Jim Jordan, GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz, Dennis Michael Lynch, Trump Jr.’s spokesman Andrew Surabian, ACT! for America founder Brigitte Gabriel, LifeSite News, Islam critic Pamela Geller, Legal Insurrection, Turning Point USA director of communications Candace Owens, Actor James Woods, Gavin McInnes, Nick Loeb, Kathleen McKinley, Florida State Rep. Matt Caldwell (Second Amendment ad), Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange, Editor of Frontpage Magazine Jamie Glazov, Sam Westrop of Islamist Watch,, CPAC gathering, Mitt Romney, Rand Paul, Glenn Beck, Ted Cruz, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, Drudge Report, former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle who was murdered in 2013, Red State, Breitbart, The Washington Examiner, and Newsmax. (To Review Documentation for each Listing CLICK HERE)

    DISCLAIMER: This list and communication is Paid For by Americans for Legal Immigration PAC, FEC ID C00405878, and does not convey any endorsement or agreement with positions or actions of those listed past, present, or future. Nor does this list imply any coordination, coalition, or mutual support among those listed.

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    Last edited by ALIPAC; 09-26-2018 at 11:26 AM.
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