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Facebook and Microsoft freeze PAC contributions in the wake of Capitol siege


Joe Biden will be sworn in as President of the United States on January 20, 2021. Many organizations, private companies and individuals have provided financial support for the swearing-in ceremony. The companies that donated included Facebook, Google and Microsoft. But there have also been serious allegations of political bias against all of these companies.

Facebook, Google and Microsoft have announced that they will be barring political participation by their Political Action Committee (PAC) in the wake of the January 6 US capital riots. This means that after capital violence, Microsoft and Facebook will no longer pay political dues to any party.

Last Wednesday, thousands of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol House. The four-hour violence was used as a deterrent to democracy. Five people were killed. During the attack, Biden’s victory in parliament was sealed. Police have also arrested two other suspects in connection with the attack.

Photos of the two accused have gone viral on social media. Police arrested 52 people on the day of the attack. The FBI appears to be taking the help of people to identify the attackers. Democrat lawmakers have called for a boycott of the assembly.

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