Top Conservative Publishers Speak Out Against Being Silenced: We Lost 1.5 Billion Facebook Pageviews Since 2016 Election

There’s no doubt that the tech giants in Silicon Valley are doing all they can to silence conservatives.

President Trump already called out Google about their bias against conservatives and conservative content that shows up in their search results.

Top Conservative Publishers Speak Out Against Being Silenced: We Lost 1.5 Billion Facebook Pageviews Since 2016 Election

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Ever since the 2016 election, Facebook has done all they can to silence conservatives.

Think Americana is a part of Klicked Media. Jared Vallorani of Klicked Media recently traveled to DC to discuss how Facebook is targeting conservatives with Republican lawmakers. Jared said, “We lost 70% to 80% of our traffic if you compare January to May 2017 vs Jan to May 2018.”

Think Americana had 917,075 page views From January 1, 2018 to June 30, 2018. This was a six month span.

When you compare this to the first six months that Think Americana was with Klicked Media, there were 4,326,505 views from March 1 to August 31, 2017.

That’s a drop of 79%. It’s no secret social media and Google are doing all they can to silence the right. That kind of drop in reach doesn’t just happen overnight.

 

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