It’s no secret tech companies lean left.

Facebook was caught manipulating the ‘trending news’ feature to suppress conservative news sites, and Google has suppressed negative searches about Hillary Clinton.

But now Silicon Valley titans are colluding to implement a scheme to rig the election for Donald Trump.

Tech CEO’s are pouring money and resources into voter registration apps to try and boost favorable turnout for Hillary Clinton – namely recently naturalized citizens and millennials.

Tech Crunch reports:

“With just 42 days left until the election, it’s crunch time for anyone who hasn’t registered to vote. The deadlines to register in most states fall throughout October, with only a few states allowing in-person registration on the day of the election.

The process can be confusing, and it’s one that tech companies from Google all the way down to small startups like Sam Altman’s VotePlz, which launched a million dollar registration sweepstakes today, are trying to tackle.

New tech-backed voting initiatives seem to be popping up every day, and, although most claim to be nonpartisan, it’s clear that Donald Trump’s unusual campaign has ignited investors and pushed them to act.

There’s Hunter Walk’s Take Off Election Day and Spotify’s new “Clarify” podcast series, CRV’sFuck Trump announcement that offers visa coverage for immigrant founders and Reid Hoffman’s Trumped Up Cards.”

Silicon Valley’s commitment to defeat Donald Trump is due to their globalist policy leanings.

Tech companies are fully invested in amnesty legislation that would provide access to lower cost foreign labor.

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg started the pro-amnesty group before the 2013 immigration debate and has kept the group active since the Gang of Eight amnesty bill defeat.

According to their website, describes itself as:

“ was founded by leaders in the technology community to give our values a voice in American politics. Tech is a community of dreamers and doers, entrepreneurs and engineers. We imagine new possibilities, and then make them real. At our best, we aspire to make the world a better place for millions of people.’ mission is to mobilize the tech community to support policies that keep the American Dream achievable in the 21st century.

We support comprehensive immigration reform, improving the quality of American education, and encouraging more investment in scientific innovation.

To do so, we bring together a diverse group of organizers, entrepreneurs, and innovators. By mobilizing supporters through local chapters and online advocacy, we enable them to engage their elected leaders and win transformational policy changes.”

Trump has made building a wall along our Southern border which Mexico will pay for, as well as performing amnesty, the defining issues of his campaign.

Trump’s America First ideology runs counter to the globalist leanings of Silicon Valley.

So they are deploying every resource at their disposal to defeat him.

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