Google is being accused by The Republican National Committee for suppressing more than 22 million campaign emails by automatically sending them to spam folders.
The Republican National Committee is now considering full legal action against Google for its heinous actions.
"Google, which insists party affiliation plays no role in determining which emails get sent to the spam folder, launched an FEC-approved program to ensure campaign emails reached users' main inboxes under pressure from Republicans," reported Breitbart.
"Every single month, like clockwork, Google suppresses important GOTV and fundraising emails at the end of the month, with zero explanation nor commitment from Google to resolve this issue," said RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel.
"We are less than 40 days out from Election Day, and important GOTV emails to our opted-in voters in states that have already started early voting are being systematically sent to spam," she added.
"Google has been under scrutiny for sending political emails to spam since a study from the University of North Carolina revealed the tech giant marked 59.3 percent more emails from conservative candidates as spam during the 2020 election compared to liberal candidates," according to Breitbart.
To our readers, check your spam folders and don't allow this tech giant to control what information you see.
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