The media’s corrupt attempt to bury Biden’s scandal is disturbing to the highest degree.
They are actively trying to hide the truth from American voters.
Joe Biden was stunned that his major media advantage could be criminal.
The majority of mainstream media journalists aren’t even trying to do their job anymore.
Instead of trying to inform the public on current events, they are partisan operatives trying to ensure that Joe Biden wins the election.
Last week the New York Post broke a story revealing emails that said Joe Biden met with a Burisma executive during his time as Vice President.
Joe Biden did not deny the story, instead saying “I have no response” when questioned.
There is no evidence that the story is false or that the information was illegally obtained.
These facts didn’t stop Facebook and Twitter from trying to bury the story.
“We have seen big tech, we’ve seen Twitter and Facebook actively interfering in this election in a way that has no precedent in the history of our country,”Sen. Ted Cruz noted.
This is causing FCC Chairman Ajit Pai to move forward with an FCC “rulemaking” that will make clear the meaning of Section 230.
“Members of all three branches of the federal government have expressed serious concerns about the prevailing interpretation of the immunity set forth in Section 230 of the Communications Act,” Pai said in a statement. “There is bipartisan support in Congress to reform the law. The U.S. Department of Commerce has petitioned the Commission to ‘clarify ambiguities in section 230.’ And earlier this week, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas pointed out that courts have relied upon ‘policy and purpose arguments to grant sweeping protections to Internet platforms’ that appear to go far beyond the actual text of the provision.”
“As elected officials consider whether to change the law, the question remains: What does Section 230 currently mean? Many advance an overly broad interpretation that in some cases shields social media companies from consumer protection laws in a way that has no basis in the text of Section 230,” Pai continued. “The Commission’s General Counsel has informed me that the FCC has the legal authority to interpret Section 230. Consistent with this advice, I intend to move forward with a rulemaking to clarify its meaning.”
“Throughout my tenure at the Federal Communications Commission, I have favored regulatory parity, transparency, and free expression,” the statement concluded. “Social media companies have a First Amendment right to free speech. But they do not have a First Amendment right to a special immunity denied to other media outlets, such as newspapers and broadcasters.”
Big tech is trying to take away freedom of American voters by keeping them uninformed and that should not be tolerated.
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