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Tech giants Google and Twitter have actively decided not to promote the American Independence Day holiday and are instead labelling it as “right-wing politics.”

Twitter and Google have joined hands in taking a stand against what they now consider a racist holiday, and that is July 4th: America’s Independence Day.

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Last fourth of July Google decorated their search bar with a celebratory doodle and Twitter pushed the #HappyJulyFourth hashtag into trending with a cute little emoji to commemorate the holiday, but this year they aren’t. Why? Because Black Lives Matter?

The Black Lives Matter protest started off as a peaceful march in the honour of the not so honourable George Floyd who, unfortunately, died while in the custody of some poorly trained police officers. Now, as clarified by Fox News commentator Tucker Carlson, Black Lives Matter is a political party, and one of the strongest around.

The Black Lives Matter movement started showing its true colours when they released their mission statement which said its ultimate goal was to “destroy the patriarchy,” which, to them, pretty much means western civilisation and “whiteness” as a whole.

Twitter removed Happy 4th of July from trending and groups it under political topics.

In classic communist revolutionary fashion, these activists are tearing down statues, burning down government buildings, and creating flimsy autonomous zones all around the country. It’s gotten to the point where the U.S. president has even declared the so-called Anti-Fascist group known as Antifa a domestic terrorist group.

The latest target of these movement is now the American Independence Day which is celebrated on July the Fourth.

The Fourth of July — also known as Independence Day — has been a federal holiday in the United States since 1941, but the tradition of Independence Day celebrations goes back to the 18th century and the American Revolution. On July 2nd, 1776, the Continental Congress voted in favour of independence, and two days later delegates from the 13 colonies adopted the Declaration of Independence, a historic document drafted by Thomas Jefferson.

Thomas Jefferson statue torn down

Black Lives Matter protesters tear down statues of American history.

Needless to say, the same people who are protesting July the Fourth also tore down the statue of Thomas Jefferson.

It truly seems as though the Black Lives Matter movement does not really care about black lives, but instead is weaponizing identity politics to destroy the American way, and — to no one’s surprise — big tech companies who have reportedly taken chunks of money from the UN and CCP before are siding with them.

Google 2019 v 2020 independence day

Google are not publicly promoting Fourth of July like they did in 2019.

Last year Google celebrated July the Fourth by decorating their logo with a celebratory doodle, but this year they didn’t. If you do a Google search for July the Fourth, though, you will find a neat little Easter Egg, but they aren’t openly celebrating it like they did in 2019.

Twitter, on the other hand, have taken things a little further by removing the hashtag from the trending section and flocking it under “politics.” Last year a neat little emoji was shown beside the hashtag, but this year, according to Twitter, it’s a divisive right-wing political topic.

Twitter give emojis to Juneteenth and PrideMonth but not to July4th.

Mind you that Twitter pinned Juneteenth, BlackLivesMatter, PrideMonth, InternationalWomensDay, TransDayOfVisibility in the trending section and each one of these hashtags had a little emoji to commemorate the occasions. Not July the Fourth tough, the day that America truly became free.

What are your thoughts on Silicon Valley big tech billionaires trying to censor July the Fourth from the internet? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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