Apple Maps Won’t Show Directions To Washington DC Bridges (REPORT)

( Big Tech once again showed its disdain for conservatives on Wednesday, with several reports suggesting that Apple Maps – the default map application on iPhones – would not give users directions into Washington, D.C. on the same day as a pro-Trump rally.

The Save America march, which was unfortunately ruined by a small number of protestors who decided to fight with law enforcement and storm the Capitol building, was set to be one of the biggest protests in recent history. People came from all over the country to oppose the certification of the Electoral College votes, given the overwhelming evidence of fraud and misconduct in the 2020 presidential election.

But several large conservative figures and media voices published evidence that Apple was working to stop people finding their way into the nation’s capital city on the day.

It is unclear whether Apple was officially coordinating with Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, who reportedly closed roads and bridges between 6am on January 5 and 11:59pm on January 6.

Convenient timing, huh?

The rally was attended by thousands of patriotic Americans, but owing to the actions of a few irresponsible protestors, was dismissed as a fringe rally and a riot.

It’s almost as if these people didn’t see the same Black Lives Matter and Antifa riots we saw over the summer…