Ex-Acting AG Whitaker calls on DOJ to probe ‘insidious’ influence of Big Tech on democracy

Former Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker told “Tucker Carlson Tonight” Friday that he believes the Justice Department is “going to get to the bottom of this insidious, really, censorship of mostly conservative voices on social media.”

“I think the Department of Justice has been looking at this issue, and I also believe that because of the way the algorithms that Facebook and Twitter and the like [are used] to provide your news feed, I think that could be viewed, and maybe viewed by this Department of Justice, as a campaign contribution — an illegal campaign contribution — that ultimately, I think, they will step in and take action.”

FLASHBCK: TWITTER PUTS WARNING LABEL ON TRUMP TWEET ABOUT MAIL-IN BALLOTS DESPITE EXPERTS BACKING UP TRUMP CONCERNS

Earlier in the segment, host Tucker Carlson accused Twitter of practicing “election interference far more profound than anything Russia ever did” in May by putting

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