Google dictatorship: more homelessness

On December 4, after ejecting dozens of protesters and arresting eight, the San Jose City Council banned the public from its meeting, locked the doors to City Hall, and voted to sell its most valuable public land to the multi-billion dollar Google corporation. Speaker after speaker had urged them to use the land to house our people instead of building more new tech offices.
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