Free Press

What’s the point of having freedom,
If you can’t share it?
What’s the point of having speech,
If you can’t share it?
Unless your real intent is censorship,
So, that I can’t share it!

By: ElRoy © 2020

Listen to Hawk Nelson—Words song

Trump tweeted that McConnell: “must fight back and repeal section 230, immediately”(the provision enshrined in a 1996 law that allows ‘social media’ companies to operate without fear of lawsuits over user posts or their decisions to remove or otherwise moderate users’ content). He also added: “stop bias Big Tech before they stop you!”

Excerpt from: At White House’s urging, Republicans launch anti-tech blitz ahead of election

Commentary: Why do republicans constantly attack the first amendment? Do they think, that citizens are too dumb to understand, that they’re trying to undermine the constitution? Are they trying to trick the patriots, into believing that the first amendment only protects them or whomever the president decides is deserving of it? Politicians are very much aware that they are cheating the people who voted them into office. They were elected to represent the public, not to rule the public. The first amendment is the people’s business, not the government’s business. Specifically, what that means, is that the government has no business in the people’s business, period! The only reason republicans want to suppress the first amendment—is so that the public won’t see their illegal dealings against them. They want to hide their corruption—they’re against transparency, because they believe they’re smarter than their constituents.
When will the government stop oppressing the public? They’re already imposing exorbitant taxes on us and now they want to take away our civil rights, also? When will the patriots open their eyes and see that they are members of the public, too? They’re obviously not exempt from being subjected to the same government tyranny!

See video Let’s talk about Trump the Constitution and the machinery for change

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances. Amendment I

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