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POTUS Drops the Hammer on Big Tech: ‘It’s Over’

President Trump has dropped the hammer on Big Tech by going all-in to repeal all their legal protections due to the criminal censorship of conservatives online

Niamh Harris

POTUS revealed late Tuesday that he will veto the National Defense Authorization Act unless Congress repeals Section 230 of the 1996 Communications Decency Act.

In a series of strongly worded tweets, the President called section 230 “very dangerous & unfair” and “a serious threat to our National Security & Election Integrity.”

Summit.news reports: Section 230 refers to the part of the 1996 Communications Decency Act, which is being used by big tech as a way of washing their hands of any liability concerning content posted on their platforms, and to defend censorship of the content.

Critics have charged that Twitter, Facebook and Google should no longer be protected as ‘neutral’ platforms, given that they are acting as publishers.

In October, the Department of Justice sent a letter to Congress pushing for modifications to the 25-year-old law.

“Today’s large online platforms hold tremendous power over the information and views available to the American people. It is therefore critical that they be honest and transparent with users about how they use that power,” the letter stated.

Meanwhile, proving the point, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced this week that he wants to provide platform users with “authoritative information about Covid-19 vaccines.”

During a conversation with Dr. Fauci this week, Zuckerberg said: “There’ll be a few important things that we can do together. We’re already planning a push around authoritative information about the vaccines.”

Democrat Rep Tulsi Gabbard Backs Trump’s Call To Rip Up Big Tech-Shielding Section 230

Gabbard voiced her support for President Trump on Twitter. “Please don’t back down. The freedom and future of our country is at stake,” she said in response to his demand to repeal Section 230.

Gabbard’s breaking of the ranks stirred anger and prompted predictions that she would be “canceled” again.

When she was running in the Democratic presidential primaries, Gabbard was widely smeared by the party establishment and their friendly media as a “Russian asset” and a secret Republican. Hillary Clinton infamously predicted that the Hawaiian representative would run as an independent to hurt whichever Democrat was eventually nominated, which never happened.

Gabbard eventually endorsed Biden’s candidacy rather than that of Bernie Sanders, whom she backed in 2016, even leaving her position in the Democratic National Committee to do so. Her endorsement of Biden offered a brief moment of an ‘all is forgiven now’ attitude from the center, while her supporters could only mockingly remark that Gabbard won more delegate votes during the primary than Kamala Harris, Biden’s running mate.

Gabbard consistently rejects the partisanship divide that many other US politicians currently accept as a fact of life. Just a few days ago, she voiced her support for a Supreme Court decision that temporarily suspended Covid-19 restrictions placed on religious institutions in New York. The prevailing Left narrative is that the ruling proves that the top US judiciary body has been hijacked by Trump-appointed religious zealots, who value faith more than human lives.

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  1. All the deviousness that facebook practices, and how it hides it, so Zuckerberg supposedly can keep a straight face.
    Such history in this past decade, and so many ways to keep relentlessly on going, that when put up like this, would make most people think there is an agenda, not in just in supporting Democrats, but a policy agenda for “change”.
    A part is old news, but shows how it has never stopped so it can do the censorship today.

    4th December So many ways how face book skims & scams & influences.
    https://100percentfedup.com/bombshell-in-2012-former-obama-campaign-official-revealed-how-facebook-allowed-the-democrat-party-to-ingest-the-entire-social-network-of-the-u-s-because-they-were-on-our/

    The power of so much $money$ leads to buying power.
    ” Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.
    Great men are almost always bad men, even when they exercise influence and not authority: still more when you super add the tendency or the certainty of corruption by authority.
    There is no worse heresy than that the office sanctifies the holder of it.” :- Lord Acton.

    Then they can play with that power, and so “kindly” play with people.
    First they have to be “I must be cruel only to be kind. Thus bad begins and worse remains behind.” —Hamlet,

    So no way do they want to accept how the ordinary citizen sees things.
    A national populist renewal that threatens the ruling elite pragmatist that “knows best” with “kindness” which is at odds with the citizens, who are looking to bring back. a redemptive democracy that reflects the actual concerns of the ordinary citizens.

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