President Trump’s executive action aimed at social media companies like Twitter isn’t so much about Twitter. It is about getting re-elected — and there are few better ways to rally his base than to rail on California liberals in Silicon Valley. The president has little to lose by taking a shot at the San Francisco tech company and outfits such as Facebook because the Bay Area, as well as Silicon Valley and California in general, overwhelmingly supports Democrats, contributes to their campaigns and dislikes Trump. So Trump revs up his base by ripping on Big Tech — even though Big Tech helped get him elected. Who said that? Trump’s campaign manager, Brad Parscale. Parscale said the Trump campaign raised much of its $250 million online haul in 2016 through a robust Facebook advertising push. He also said Trump had masterfully used Twitter to steer the media narrative during the campaign. The president is still using his 80 million-follower Twitter feed to shape the story — his feud with Jack Dorsey and company is competing this week for top billing with the nearly unfathomable milestone of 100,000 Americans killed by COVID-19. “Facebook and Twitter were the reason we won this thing,”… Read full this story
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