Critics of Christianity have become more vocal recently. This is partly because there are many people who do not believe in God or understand the truth about Him at all. Yet the apparent increase of anti-Christians is also due to perception. As with many topics, those who truly despise Christianity are the loudest and most vocal of the non-believers. The vast majority of those who do not believe don’t care enough to bother believers. The few angry, vocal, bitter unbelievers make enough noise to seem more numerous than they are.
President Donald Trump has accused the tech giants of suppressing voices, particularly Christian conservatives.
The president criticised the social media sites and popular search engine for “really trying to silence a very large part of this country” from the White House on Wednesday afternoon, after tweeting accusations of censorship against the digital entities earlier this week.
“I think they treat Republicans and conservatives very unfairly,” he said. “It’s not right, it’s not fair, it may not be legal.”
Tech giants like Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple are at the center of a big investigation by the US government.
In an announcement Monday, the House Judiciary Committee announced plans to launch an in-depth anti-trust probe into the tech companies.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said
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