Big Tech consists of the largest and most dominant companies in the United States’ information technology industry, namely Amazon, Apple, Google, Facebook, and Microsoft. Since the end of the 2010s, these five have been, besides Saudi Aramco, the most valuable public companies globally, with each having had a maximum market capitalization ranging from around $500 billion to approximately $2 trillion at various times.
Now, you have current and former Big Tech operatives praising Joe Biden, a candidate they dubiously, if not fraudulently, pushed to an apparent victory. Although the Supreme Court may have an ultimate say on who fairly won the election, Big Tech and the mainstream media will not be forgotten.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates, who has been a vocal critic of Trump’s coronavirus response, said he looked forward to “working with the new administration and leaders on both sides in Congress on getting the surging pandemic under control.”
Another Microsoft community member, Brad Smith, who serves as the company’s President, shared his thoughts in a company blog post.
“Election Day this year turned into a very long and tense election week, with many Americans glued to their screens anxiously awaiting the outcome,” he wrote. “It has been commonplace to hear pundits speculate that we have seldom seemed such a divided country. If true, this also makes a different proposition even more self-evident. If we are to move forward as a nation, we must build new bridges to close the gaps that divide us.”
Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg also Tweeted saying:
“There are times when America takes a big step toward creating a government that reflects the diverse country we are,” Sandberg wrote in a post on Facebook. “Today is one of those days. I’m thinking with joy about young people across the country watching the news Today and thinking, ‘Maybe I can lead this nation too.'”
AOL co-founder Steve Case tweeted his congratulations to Biden. “I’ve known Joe Biden for three decades. He is a good man and a great American. He has the experience & character to bring us together. He can bring hope & opportunity to the people & places that have been left behind. I am *delighted* he will be our next President.”
All of this comes after a war declared by Big Tech and mainstream media against President Trump. In an unprecedented, and we think, wholly corrupt collaborated movement, these giants used their massive positions and unregulated ranks to bolster Biden’s campaign and suppress Trump’s messages, and that of his 70-plus million supporters.
Unity? Hardly. Almost half of the nation will refuse to be duped by this classless conglomeration of extreme misfits and leftists who could give a damn about our Republic. Biden says he will work for red and blue states—but he is rudderless and incapable of competently serving anyone except for his handlers until they don’t need him anymore.
As to the frenzied left-media and Big Tech, Ted Cruz said it best when he said to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey,
“Mr. Dorsey, who the hell elected you and put you in charge of what the media are allowed to report and what the American people are allowed to hear?” Cruz thundered at the social-media mogul. “Why do you persist in behaving as a Democratic super PAC, silencing views to the contrary of your political beliefs?”
Multiple lawsuits are challenging the legality of the election process. The facts, as of yet, are unknown. Recount processes will abound, including the mail-in ballots, which are the most dubious. This election is far from over—the United States Supreme Court will likely be the final arbiter of the truth.