The Trump administration continues to pursue the Big Tech corporations even weeks before the 2020 Presidential election, which could potentially reverse everything with Democrat Joe Biden being much more open to the control and dominance of Teach leaders over the American people.
The announcement is expected Tuesday that The US Department of Justice will file anti-trust violations against Google.
The announcement came Tuesday that the long awaited measures against Google for overusing their reach, was going to be addressed by the US Department of Justice, sending shock waves thru the business community and into the community of social media users.
Zero Hedge wrote:
Update (0915ET): Reuters has some more details about Tuesday’s Google lawsuit, which the DoJ has now confirmed.
- GOOGLE CASE IS MOST SIGNIFICANT ANTITRUST ACTION IN DECADES
- GOOGLE ABUSED ITS DOMINANT POSITION IN SEARCH MARKET, U.S. SAYS
- GOOGLE ACCUSED BY U.S. OF ABUSING MARKET POWER IN LANDMARK CASE
- US GOOGLE ANTITRUST CASE JOINED BY ELEVEN STATES
More official details are expected during a briefing set for Tuesday morning, but many of the key details have already appeared in press reports.
Republican Sen Josh Hawley accused Google of keeping power through “illegal means” and called the lawsuit “the most important antitrust case in a generation.” Reuters also note that the federal lawsuit marks a rare moment of comity between the Trump Administration and progressive Democrats like Sen Elizabeth Warren, who has called for “swift, aggressive action.”
Sen Ted Cruz took to CNBC’s Squawk Box earlier to trash Google and its Big Tech peers for abusing their market position and censoring conservative voices.”
Business Insider showed the movement:
Fox News Business reported,”The Department of Justice is expected to announce it is filing a major antitrust lawsuit against Google, accusing the company of a host of anti-competitive practices.”
CNBC Business reacted saying,”Cramer: DOJ’s expected lawsuit against Google takes Alphabet stock from ‘buy’ to ‘strong buy”
The New York Times reacted and said,” A victory for the government could remake one of America’s most recognizable companies and the internet economy that it has helped define.”
According to CNN Business, “The Trump administration will sue Google on Tuesday in what is the largest antitrust case against a tech company in more than two decades.In its complaint, the Justice Department is expected to make sweeping allegations that Google (GOOG) has stifled competition to maintain its powerful position in the marketplace for online search, according to two people familiar with the matter.
Also joining the US government’s complaint will be 11 states including Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, South Carolina and Texas, according to public court records.”
Market Watch reported, “The Justice Department is expected to formally sue Alphabet Inc.’s Google for antitrust violations Tuesday, the first major action against Big Tech for its staggering market power and values. Sources told MarketWatch that charges were expected this week.”
Politico said, “Eleven Republican attorneys general — representing Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, South Carolina and Texas — signed on to the complaint.”
Reaction from Senator Josh Hawley, who posted on Twitter: “NEW — Sen. Hawley on the @TheJusticeDept announcement of a lawsuit against @Google: “Today’s lawsuit is the most important antitrust case in a generation…” But this is just a first step. Hawley will continue to fight for legislative solutions to end the Big Tech tyranny.”
The following footage is from the announcement of the probe in 2019:
This happens a day after Project Veritas released video footage of a Google employee admitting that Google is biased against President Donald J. Trump.
I covered that story: