In his book to be published on September 22, experienced investigative journalist Allum Bokhari interviews a computer expert who has worked on Google and Twitter. He explains that the algorithms used by Big Tech platforms (Amazon, Apple, Alphabet, Facebook, and Microsoft) are configured to prevent U.S. President Donald Trump from winning re-election in November.

As Breitbart announced, the book “#DELETED: Big Tech’s Battle to Erase the Trump Movement and Steal the Election,” will be available on September 22. According to the article, the book “will shake the foundations of Silicon Valley.” The book is now available on pre-sale.

The book results from an in-depth interview conducted by Allum Bokhari with a former Twitter and Google employee, who reportedly worked for more than a decade at large technology companies and now reveals how they work on the inside.

During the interview, he talked, among other things, about the “quality ranking” assigned by the major technology companies to their users. This secret personal score has alarming similarities to the “social credit” system used by the Chinese Communist Party. It is used by different technology platforms to determine if their users are of any interest to the company, or if they are “dangerous” and can harm other users.

According to the interviewee, the term “dangerous,” which was initially applied to non-political behavior such as spam, and obscene or hurtful content, has now become a tool for developing artificial intelligence algorithms aimed at censoring forms and currents of thought.

In U.S. politics, the algorithms would be developed by Big Tech’s most anti-Trump employees. And under the pretext of “abusive,” “dangerous,” “hate speech,” “disinformation,” “conspiracy theories,” and “culture of cancellation,” they would be leaving out an enormous amount of valuable information and causing a real political bias.

According to the book’s note, any social network account score can be damaged simply by following or sharing material from other accounts considered “dangerous, leading to algorithms censoring entire users’ networks at any one time.

As the interviewee reports, the situation in social networks today is critical. Algorithms are simultaneously attacking multiple technology platforms looking for the absolute suppression of any pro-Trump movement just in time to intervene in the November elections.

Last week, author Allum Bokhari was interviewed by Ezra Levant, who suffered first-person censorship by Big Tech in his book “Virus of China.” Ezra asked him if he feared being censored because of his book’s controversial content, to which Bokhari responded:

“I haven’t seen any signs of this, so far, but it wouldn’t be the first time that big tech has tried to censor a Breitbart reporter, you know, they’ve censored Breitbart stories before on Facebook. It wouldn’t be the first time that big tech has censored reporting that’s critical of them. I remember them censoring videos from James O’Keefe of Project Veritas exposing the tech giants. “

Bokhari also showed his concern, noting that there is no legislation regulating these technology giants and no one to prevent them from interfering with free journalism and politics. “It will be a big problem for the next elections,” he said.