- On Wednesday, executives of some of the largest U.S. technology companies testified to lawmakers about allegations of antitrust violations, although many issues have not been addressed.
- U.S. spokesman Jim Jordan asked Google CEO Sundar Pichai about allegations of anti-conservative bias in Google’s practice, and he interrupted a colleague after his term expired.
- Lawmakers resented Jordan for his interference. Jamie Raskin shouted, “Put on a mask!” Before the poll continued.
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Law enforcement officers killed Jim Jordan, a U.S. spokesman, in an antitrust court on Wednesday after he asked Google about allegations of anti-conservative bias and dismissed a colleague.
At the court hearing, lawmakers asked the CEOs of Amazon, Facebook, Google and Apple about allegations of anti-competitive behavior. But Jordan and others took their time to ask about other concerns, including restraint in political content.
Jordan has killed Google Sundar Pichai over whether the company will help suspected Democratic candidate Joe Biden defeat President Donald Trump in the November presidential election.
At the end of the Jordanian era, another gay lawmaker, Representative Mary Gay Scanlon, took a march in Jordan and told technical executives that it was “directing your attention to antitrust law, not conspiracy theories.”;
After Jordan interrupted Scanlon, committee chairman David Cicillin and other lawmakers in the room withdrew to the Ohio Congressman. Rep. Jamie Raskin shouted several times, “Put on a mask!” Before the poll was updated.