Trump camp smoke over Google’s new policy to display a policy:” It is a removal of free speech”

nearvideo-trump’s campaign manager Brad Parscale rips Google’s political ad policy

Social media companies change political ad policy; Kristin Fischer reports.

For a digital-first campaign, the experts at the helm with a digital, Google, the new political ads policy was a little surprised, but undesirable move.

“It is a removal of free speech. It is a voter-suppression activity,” Trump’s campaign manager, Brad Parscale, said in an interview with Fox News at the campaign headquarters in Virginia.

Google is heavily a tactic of almost all campaigns, but perfected in the year 2016 of the trump campaign: micro-targeted advertising aimed at specific groups of people. restrict Parscale believes that the amendment to the policy is the payback time for President Trump the victory.


“In 2016, she freaked out, because I do a whole bunch of liberal platforms, it is,” Parscale said. “I guarantee you, this decision to go came in from another room full of people, ‘Oh, my God, we have to stop them. You don’t go back to win in a landslide, and we can be a part of it.'”

Starting in January, Google, YouTube also has, is only advertising political advertisers target the voters with age, gender and zip code. You will no longer will be able to get to, as a granulate, with the aim of advertising to the user on the basis of their political affiliation or public-voters-a record-even if the users have asked the campaign to contact you.

“It would be almost as [if] AT&T had said all of the lists of the trump supporters in America, and AT&T, ‘Oh, you can dial with your phone,” I mean, it’s crazy,” Parscale said.

Google led the change in policy, to improve the desire and the voters ‘ trust in political advertising on their platforms.

“We want the ads we serve to be transparent and widely available, so that many voices discuss can, questions open,” the company said.

Many Democrats also don’t Google like the new policy, but for different reasons. Acronym, a progressive digital group, called the new rules an impertinence to say: “It is clearly a PR move not related to the actual problem of misinformation on your platform-they will still allow the Trump campaign to outright lie in their advertising.”

Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren’s Deputy press Secretary, Saloni, Sharma, who also considers that the amendment “only lip service and not really solve the problem.”

Parscale claimed that none of the ads in the campaign were misleading or factually wrong, the controversial ad about former Vice-President, Joe Biden, — claimed the Biden-campaign-manager “spreading of false, finally debunked conspiracy theories.”

“This all started because people think that Biden the Ukraine ad was true,” Parscale said. “It’s 100 percent true. Has quid say Biden pro quo for the Ukrainian help? Yes. He said it on tape.”


Many Democrats don’t like Google’s new policy because they believe it will end up hurting the Democrats more than the Republicans. Ninety-five Democratic digital officials and strategists have signed to fight a post on Medium that, when Google takes your ability to focus ad dollars on a non-registered voters as a “democratic organizations and campaigns are clearly at a disadvantage.”

When asked which party is hurt, most of them answered by Google’s new guidelines, Parscale: “I think it hurts America. These are the new tech ways of stopping compounds. When I went to the moment on television and said, “The phone companies are not allowed to me, the people call,” all heck would break out. Right? It is exactly what they did. You have it only with a different connection.”

Google said that it knows, political officials on both sides of the aisle are upset. But in a statement to the Daily caller, the company said: “We believe that the balance that we have taken — what allowed it to stay for political advertising on our platforms while the limitation of narrow focus that is designed to reduce the visibility of the view and trust in the electoral process — the right thing to do.”

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