This morning, Elizabeth announced her new plan to break up the big tech companies like Amazon, Google, and Facebook.
Thousands of people have already signed the petition to support it, but we didn’t see your name yet, Richard.
That way, we’ll get more competition, more innovation, and a better internet for all of us. But it’s going to take a grassroots movement to make this kind of big, structural change.
If we’re going to rebuild the middle class, then we’ve got to ensure competition in one of our country’s biggest and fastest-growing industries and a fighting chance for up-and-coming innovators.
If we’re going to save our democracy, then we’ve got to make sure these corporations don’t get so powerful that they undermine it.
Elizabeth has spent her career fighting to level the playing field for working families. So when she says she’s in this fight to take on the powerful corporations that are rigging the system, she means business — whether it’s big banks, big Pharma, or big tech companies.
Let’s send a message loud and clear: No corporation — not even Amazon, Google, or Facebook — should be so powerful that they bend cities and states to their will, or so big that they’re exempt from antitrust laws.
Thanks for being in this fight,