From Another day, another attack on free speech Deep
Because there weren’t enough attempts by Congress this year to attack free speech on the Internet, here’s another one. The agent has Ted Team Introduces another bill to eliminate Section 230 And disrupt free speech online. In fact, he is just stamping his house on the ridiculous and unconstitutional Senate draft that we released earlier this year by senators Hawley, Rubio, Loferler, Cotton and Brown. It was separated at the time. I will not go for all the reasons why the draft is draft and constitutional. When it was released in the Senate, it covered that.
But the group’s “statement” must be isolated because it is completely insane.
“Recent political censorship on Twitter and Facebook is a disgrace. Big tech discrimination has gone a long way in suppressing the voices of conservatives across the country. If these companies want to continue to be protected by law, they must be compelled to play in good faith. I am very proud to have joined Senator Hawley in this fight. ”
Everything is wrong about this. Twitter and Facebook are not “censored”. They are the mediators. They say there is a certain amount of talk that they do not want to hear, and that is their right, like Fox News or New Post to report on one side and the government can do nothing. But you can’t ask other private companies to help you promote that nonsense. That is not censorship. It is moderation. And it is protected by the 1st Amendment. You know, the Redeemer team responded with protection and additions.
Imagine if Congress introduced that Fox News bill in fact It should have been “balanced and balanced” and more positive for Democrats and Joe Biden. They will be Republicans as a group Screaming How unfair and unconstitutional the rights of Fox News 1st Amendment were. They may be right. But the desire to ignore all that and force a speech on social media shows that elected officials like the group do not come from the support of the principles of the constitution or free speech. Instead, they are sadly simple people who think companies can abuse their power to promote their power.
That’s not how it works, and we should not allow such nonsense to get rid of minorities in Congress. It should be a shame that the Republican group is sneaking up on the First Amendment by pretending to support free speech. Its members should think deeply about why they chose the person who is willing to sell the 1st Amendment.
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