Here Are Comments From Warren’s Pledge To Break Big Tech Companies

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2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren speaks to local residents during an organizing event, Friday, March 1, 2019, in Dubuque, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

Elizabeth Warren vow to break big tech companies; Facebook, Google and Amazon attracts hundreds of comment and we’ve listed a few of them below…fill in.

”These companies only got this big because they provide products and services that meets the needs of so many people. All of these companies will eventually be toppled. It’s only a matter of time. My life won’t end if I don’t buy an Apple product, shop at Amazon, share my breakfast on Facebook, or use the many free services from Google. Technology advances very rapidly, so staying on top isn’t a trivial feat. It’s up to these companies to keep up with changes. I can understand when it’s a resource that is needed for survival or is negatively impacting the quality of life for many. In the end this just seems like a precurssor to imposing additional taxes that would simply be passed through to the end users. So who exactly are we trying to help here?” Ninja Stewy.

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”I don’t know that I am willing to have Facebook be considered a platform utility, when Twitter, Snapchat, and others provide direct competition. This is a better case for Apple’s App Store, and that is currently being debated by SCOTUS. Breaking them up is too much government interference in the private sector, and would have chilling effects on the economy. Amazon hasn’t even bought any competitors, they keep buying completely new sectors of operation, like with Whole Foods, and their coming Healthcare initiative. That is exactly the kind of acquisition innovation we want to see in the market.” Cbruscale.

”As a Republican it’s been awful since Donnie took office. That said, super excited about the next 12 months. The race to the extreme Left for the Primaries is going to be awesome. Getting my popcorn ready as Warren and others talk up the virtues of Cuba, Venezuela, China, and the former Soviet Union. The race to be the biggest loon has just started and we’re already getting these nutty ideas.” Bj World.

”Mark Facebook, Sundar Google and Jeff Amazon disapprove.”Clie OS.

”Information technology, by nature, enjoys big economy of scale. They are not like operating gas stations. Fostering competition has to be balanced with the need of fostering innovation.” Zero Weight.
Why them specifically? Why not companies like Disney, Apple, ATT, and Comcast that are just as enormous and doing the same? Maybe because she’s in their pocket. Pottsy Point.
Relax people, this is nothing more than a desperate attempt by someone who’s campaign is already failing to regain some momentum. Bailers.
”I am going to break socialism/communism down for hopefully everyone to understand. The difference between socialism and a welfare state is the government owning the means of production. So for example Sweden is more capitalistic then the USA. It’s post service, trains, and even schools are privately owned and paid by a voucher system. Venezuela / socialism / communism nationalizes everything so it is government owned. This is how “breadlines” etc are created:

  1. STUFF GETS GIVEN OUT FOR FREE
  2. Inflation begins to occur
  3. COMPANIES RAISE PRICE TO RESPOND TO INCREASING INFLATION
  4. Goverment steps in with price controls to make it affordable to the people
  5. COMPANIES STOP PRODUCING GOOD DUE TO IT NO LONGER BEING PROFITABLE
  6. Goverment begins seizing means of production. ” Hajj David.

 

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