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Silicon Valley executives have regular access to Biden White House

By Christopher Kirkman
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February 11, 2023

Silicon Valley executives have regular access to Biden administration leaders in Washington, according to a new report.

An analysis of White House visitor logs under President Joe Biden revealed at least 38 meetings from Big Tech leaders, according to the Daily Mail.

The concern

"Apple CEO Tim Cook paid a visit to the White House five times over the 15-month sampling, and Apple sent high-level representatives 16 times in total," the report noted.

"Google and its parent company Alphabet sent CEO Sundar Pichai and other top-level executives nine times, Facebook and parent company Meta visited seven times," it added.

The conservative response

Rep. Lauren Boebert (CO-03) recently responded to Big Tech collusion with federal agencies by introducing the ELON Act in the House this week.

“Big tech is in bed with the FBI and other agencies to the point where Congress can’t tell where one ends and the other begins. The millions of dollars sent to Twitter that we know of during an election cycle, when they were at the same time censoring the Hunter Biden laptop from hell, is incredibly concerning," the congresswoman wrote in a statement.

"My bill, the ELON Act, requires a report from all agencies on federal dollars sent to big tech companies. My legislation also places a one-year moratorium on tax dollars going to big tech companies. We must expose the incestuous relationship between big tech and the federal government. My bill does exactly that," she added.

House Oversight targeting the issue

House Oversight and Accountability Committee Chairman James Comer directed a hearing that began Wednesday on collusion between Big Tech and federal agencies specific to Hunter Biden's laptop being censored prior to the 2020 presidential election.

"It's the House Oversight and Accountability Committee's first step in examining the coordination between the federal government's Big Tech to restrict protected speech and interfere in the democratic process. Social media platforms are increasingly the place Americans go to express their views, debate issues and gather news and information," Comer said in his opening statement.

"These platforms are the virtual town square. However, many social media platforms are under the control of people who are hostile to the fundamental American principles of free speech and expression protected in the US Constitution," he added.

Rep. Andy Biggs (AZ-05) sounded off on the concerning collusion in a recent House floor speech addressing conservative television networks OANN and Newsmax being dropped by DirecTV.

“The collusion between Big Government and Big Tech is highly alarming," he said.

"OANN and Newsmax-two highly viewed conservative networks have already been canceled in just a year. This collusion is gearing us toward a fascist state," his speech added.

The White House visitor logs offer another line of evidence revealing the many connections between the Biden administration and leaders of Big Tech companies.