Rep. Jim Jordan said Tuesday on Tucker Carlson Tonight that there is bias being shown by Google that's "plain in front of us."

The company's CEO, Sundar Pichai, denied anti-conservative bias on his search engine Tuesday during his testimony before House Judiciary Committee members.

Jordan (R-Ohio) asked Pichai about an email from the company's head of multicultural marketing, which said the CEO gave "a shout out" to her extracurricular political work during the 2016 election.

Jordan noted that the email said "we pushed to get out the Latino vote in key states." He told Carlson that the words "in key states" makes the work political.

"So I said, 'who's right, who's wrong' ... [Pichai] never got around to answering that, which I think sort of underscores that this took place," Jordan said.

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Jordan added that he was among four conservatives on Congress "shadow-banned" on Twitter.

"Twitter's response is, 'oh, it was a glitch in our algorithm.' Really? What did you put in the algorithm, the names Gaetz, Meadows, Nunes and Jordan?"

Carlson added that tech companies like Google operate as platforms under an exemption given to them as part of the Communications Decency Act.

"Why not take that away tomorrow?" he asked Jordan, who replied that there are bills that should be considered to do so.

"We may have to move in that direction," Jordan added. "We may have to look at breaking these companies up."

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