Facebook recently unleashed a ban on numerous conservative voices in a move that openly betrays the freedom of speech.
They also threw in Louis Farrakhan so they could claim it wasn’t a partisan move, but given that he’s the only one that leans left and the only one that fits the description of “dangerous” it’s clear that’s a lie.
So how is Facebook managing to trample on the freedom of United States citizens? By lobbying Congress with millions of dollars.
In 2019 alone, the social media giant has invested $3,400,000 in their efforts to buy power. This puts them on track to beat the previous years total of $12,620,000.
As the social media behemoth begins to infringe on American rights, it’s up to President Trump to amend this grievous error. Fortunately, Sen. Ted Cruz has a few suggestions on how to go about it.
“No one wants to see the federal government regulating what is allowed to be said, but there are at least three potential remedies that can be considered by Congress or the administration or both,” Cruz shared.
Cruz recommends amending Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, putting in place antitrust measures to address big tech’s dominant status on the Internet or by aggressively addressing potential cases of fraud and deception.