On Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) explains why he put Google and other tech executives on the hot seat this week at a House Judiciary hearing and what can be done if they are seen as being biased against conservatives.

"We know what they did in the 2016 election. They tailored their features to help turn out the Latino vote in key states, particularly Nevada and Florida, to help Hillary Clinton. And it's one thing to try and turn out the Latino vote, encourage people to vote, that just being a good corporate citizen. It's another thing when you're trying to do it only in key states because you believe is going to help one candidate over the other. And you're tailoring your features to do so, which is exactly what Google did in 2016."

"So in 2016, they got caught with their hand in the cookie jar trying to help Clinton. And we want to know, are you going to do it again? And frankly, they're going to keep doing those kind of things and keep censoring conservatives, hen it's going to have to be consequences. That's just that's just how it works in this world. So that was what we tried to focus on yesterday. Now it's time to see what those consequences are going to be."