Anonymity allows Big Tech’s darkest secrets to be revealed, but this poll devastates liberal attempts to deny that anti-conservative bias exists in Big Tech.
The company blog for Blind, an “anonymous professional network with 3.6M verified users,” featured a Google employee asking multiple questions about Big Tech bias. The responses from Big Tech employees were devastating. “The poll had 1,093 responses and robust dialogue with 262 professionals commenting on their own experiences,” according to Blind.
The blog highlighted the more salient numbers from the report including the fact that “71% of professionals believe that there is an anti-conservative bias in tech.” While many companies’ users declared their concerns about extensive bias, some overwhelmingly denied the possibility: There were “only 30% of Intuit professionals and 46% of VMWare professionals that believe that there is an anti-conservative bias in tech.”
Blind noted the critical need for its services: “Whether they lean liberal or conservative, it seems like an anonymous platform gives them a safer space to talk about politics.”
In the era of Cancel Culture, the last bastion of free and honest debate appears to be when users can hide their identities. The blog illustrated how a wide range of topics that might otherwise be taboo in a Silicon Valley environment are on the table:
“We see conversations that professionals would usually avoid bringing up in the workplace. For example, users want to have civilized conversations about why some voted for Trump, why some voted for Obama twice, and silencing of Conservatives in the Bay Area.”
Conservatives are under attack. Contact your representative and demand that Big Tech be held to account to mirror the First Amendment while providing transparency, clarity on “hate speech” and equal footing for conservatives. If you have been censored, contact us at the Media Research Center contact form, and help us hold Big Tech accountable.