The Republican National Committee is accusing Google of suppressing their get-out-the-vote and fundraising emails.
According to the RNC, Gmail has suppressed over 22 million RNC emails.
They are exploring legal options.
The Republican National Committee says Google is suppressing get-out-the-vote and fundraising emails by sending millions of GOP election emails to users’ Gmail spam folders, with party leadership threatening to explore legal options to “put an end” to what they call a “clear pattern of bias.”
According to RNC officials, emails being sent by the RNC to Republican subscribers who use Gmail accounts in the final days of each month are being sent to spam folders.
An RNC official told Fox News Digital that since Sept. 28, Gmail has “suppressed” more than 22 million RNC emails—358,000 of which were GOTV emails.
The Strong Inbox Delivery rate falls from 90-100% to 0% at the end of the month.
RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel said Google has given zero explanation as to why it is happening.
This chart shows that party emails from the RNC go from “strong inbox delivery— 90-100%” down to 0% at the end of each month.
“Every single month, like clockwork, Google suppresses important GOTV and fundraising emails at the end of the month, with zero explanation nor commitment from Google to resolve this issue,” RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel told Fox News.
“We are less than 40 days out from Election Day, and important GOTV emails to our opted-in voters in states that have already started early voting are being systematically sent to spam.”
More election interference from Big Tech?