Section 230 Unconstitutionally Used As A Political Weapon By Big Tech

Section 230 is a liability shield that big-tech uses to censor conservatives and republicans. There is also collusion ongoing between the U.S. Government and big-tech gatekeepers filtering American’s access on social media and during search queries. Misuse of section 230 very well could be unconstitutional, as it’s being used as a political weapon by the left. We are protected by our constitutional right to free speech, and freedom of the press, and this is still America! 😉

Donald Trump started the ball rolling when he and AFPI filed the first lawsuit against Facebook, Twitter, and Google’s YouTube. Now everyone is talking about this legal action that may wind up all the way to the supreme court. The good Internet Doctor just made Facebook’s database of the most dangerous individuals and organizations, for sharing a photo of Nancy Pelosi wearing a WW2 Nazi uniform. I thought it was funny and matched her personality. And 379,628 people reached agreed!

Donald Trump comments on his lawsuit and big-tech abuse of section 230 is unconstitutional on Fox News.

As mentioned in the above video referenced WSJ article , big-tech colluding with the government using section 230 is unconstitutional. Furthermore, they can not violate America’s first amendment right to free speech, and freedom of the press while colluding with the U.S. government. That includes bloggers like myself and others that are in big-tech blacklists, and buried in search!

Also of interest is this video by Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, MIT Ph.D. who is suing Twitter for use of section 230 censoring him while running for the U.S. Senate , and allowing anonymous government trolls access. It’s quite long but worth taking the time to view and listen to what Dr. Shiva experienced.

Historic Lawsuit Exposes How Government & Twitter LAUNDER CENSORSHIP

Meanwhile, the armpit of cable news (CNN ) had this to say. In a Wall Street Journal op-ed on Thursday about his new lawsuits against Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, former President Donald Trump argued that it is “unconstitutional” for social media companies to prevent specific people from posting or to block specific kinds of statements. 😆

Section 230 is Unconstitutional being used by the U.S. Government as a political weapon against republicans and conservatives

Anyway, it’s looked at, our U.S. Government Colluding with big-tech to control the people’s access to political and covid-19 information using section 230 is without a doubt unconstitutional. Furthermore, Google and Facebook, Twitter, etc, using blacklist databases to further censor independent bloggers like myself, is against my constitutional right to freedom of the press.

I'm a Florida-born good ole southern boy hanging out online keeping up with tech. Being a TV technician from the early 70s I felt right at home when the net was released to the public. I blog my opinion about many worthy subjects as a hobbyist. If you find this article's information helpful please comment and share wherever possible!

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