About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

6 Replies to “Censorship by social media giants. How is this not criminal fraud?”

  1. False advertising definitely. Breach of Contract? I could make a good argument but don’t know if it would work. Criminal Fraud? That one would be hard to prove in court. The argument that this is a violation of the First Amendment is correct but since it is private industry that is doing it I don’t know if this argument would succeed in court.

    I would have to read the monopoly laws to know if they could be used against the leftist Cabal that rules the social media arena. The problem with this approach is that there are other venues that can be used, granted they are so small that posting on them is preaching to the choir. What we have to do is find a way to stop the left from taking over the internet and implementing something like the fairness doctrine while still maintaining enough presence to get the facts out while the small venues grow to become true competitors to the leftist cabal.

  2. Laura’s last remark was very concise:
    “Big Tech’s insurance policy is to make sure anyone with Trumps views never reaches a position of authority in Government again.”
    Ted Cruz:
    “they have the ability, if there is a speaker who is disfavored, simply to silence the speaker…your words float off into oblivion and nobody hears them.”

    The big techs really are meddling in elections.

  3. The big techs really are meddling in elections.

    Too right, James Boom! It’s long past tea to begin meddling with their profit margins.

    If the NFL can be hurt (and it most definitely has), so can these tech tyrants.

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