Trump Plan to Fight Big Tech Censorship: 'You Fight It By Just Being Good. You Got to Be Really Good'Chris Menahan
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In an interview with Breitbart News on Monday, President Trump came up short when asked whether he had any plans to fight Big Tech censorship in the 2020 election.
[Trump] sympathized with critics of the big tech companies like Facebook, Google, and Twitter who wanted to regulate the companies.Good rhetoric but zero serious policy proposals:
The president specifically criticized Twitter for blacklisting conservatives on their platform.There was no indication he would use the power vested in him to demand an anti-trust investigation into these blatant monopolies, no indication he would sign an executive order on social media censorship (which he floated last year) and no indication he would use discrimination laws to go after PayPal and others who are blatantly discriminating against right-wingers for their First Amendment-protected political speech.
We've all just "got to be really good."
"Be Best," one might say!
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