This action is way overdue and these massive media communication corporations have gotten away with far too much biased leverage or manipulation of mass communication formats that are being employed upon the public, with very little regulation and oversight! Because of this they presumed that they can drive the narrative of what speech is heard and which isn’t by virtue of telling the government they have user codes and policies in place that they enforce fairly and consistently to prevent any abuse of users or the public at large. Nothing could be farther from the truth and I know firsthand having been booted off of LinkedIn because of my Trump support and highly announced Roman Catholic Conservative stance on most if not all of the serious current issues in the public domain. I had to give up the fight for now after being shut down or as they say having my account restricted!
In addition I’d like to add here that if anyone believes anything Joe Biden says they are seriously restricted in their mental faculties or seeing reality for what it is! The man is nothing more than a Corrupt, Career, Partisan, Crony, Criminal, Perverted Sexual Predator who even in public videos has been seen molesting woman and children as if he thinks it normal to run his hands over their bodies, and all this while the criminally biased MSM hasn’t touched the matter or pursued his many corruptions politically around the globe; with a ten foot pole! That tells us clearly what is going on, and its Treasonous; but more importantly, sinful.
JOEL B. POLLAK 29 May 2020
President Donald Trump’s executive order on Thursday cracking down on social media censorship stirred protests from the usual quarters.
Former Vice President Joe Biden claimed that Trump’s order is “an extreme abuse of power” and “demonstrates a complete misunderstanding of the role and function of the federal government.” The opposite is true. Trump’s executive order is well-founded in the principles of the First Amendment and stays well within existing law.
The order tackles the thorny problem of selective censorship by platforms that, while privately owned, have become the public spaces of our digital era. At a moment when most of us are literally prohibited from gathering physically in large numbers, due to coronavirus restrictions, the only spaces in which we can exercise our First Amendment rights meaningfully are online. And the companies that own those spaces have monopoly power; there are few alternatives.
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