Filthy Don Trump and his rebellious co-conspirators still seething that private companies have had the audacity to ban traitors from accessing their social media platforms, and it poses a myriad of problems typical of Trump and his makers Show depth of depravity.
After Trump conspired with several dissatisfied white supremacists and caused his MAGA supporters to attack America’s seat of government, the social media platform Twitter blocked Trump’s account for good, pointing to the “risk of further incitement to violence”.
Smart people felt that Twitter’s permanent suspension after 5 years of Trump’s pathological mendacity was too late and used the platform to get his white supremacist base to act.
Conversely, Trump and his acolytes believed that it was nothing more than censorship that over 20 years ago justified higher-level legislation (Section 230) only to disclaim Trump’s dirty lies about his loss of the election. Section 230 generally grants social media sites immunity from user-generated content lawsuits – such as Trump’s dirty lies about losing his election.
Trump said he should be given the freedom to use social media to spread lies and misinformation, defame his perceived enemies, and instigate rebellions against the United States with impunity. And when platforms like Twitter advocate the truth and security of lawmakers and the Vice President of the United States, Trump wants to punish them for violating his freedom of speech after Trump instigated his seditious supporters to attack the American constitutional government.
However, according to the US Supreme Court, there are limits to freedom of expression. With no legislation in place forcing Twitter to remove Trump’s mountain of lies, private companies like Twitter and Facebook had to take action. These and many other places were well aware that Trump’s lies, in large part, encouraged his revolutionary army to heed his call and try to overthrow the United States government and install Trump as chief fascist dictator.
Some Republicans cited Chancellor Angela Merkel’s remarks that Twitter’s ban on Trump was “problematic,” and it is true that she made that comment. However, Ms. Merkel also stated that America, like Germany, should enact laws that force sites like Twitter to remove unwanted comments within 24 hours or face an incredibly large fine.
What Ms. Merkel found “problematic” was that America did not have such legislation to protect the public from a pathological liar who used social media to incite insurrections against the United States government.
Trump and his Republican makers sign the laissez-faire economic system, which prohibits any form of regulation for transactions between private companies and consumers. What is problematic with Trump’s beef with the likes of Twitter and Facebook is that they can operate without fear of Trump being banned for rioting against the American government.
Trump, and in large part Republicans in general, spent five long years preparing his attack on America by lying about the nation’s electoral system without the intervention of social media platforms. Regardless of the seriousness of Trump’s blatant lies, Twitter allowed him to practice his freedom of speech with impunity, but the deadly attack on the Capitol on January 6 as a result of 5 years of propaganda was a step too far. It was too little, too late, but it was necessary to save the Union from a madman who wanted to stop the constitutional government he believes he has.
Twitter’s suspension of Trump’s account has nothing to do with free speech. It’s about his seditious conspiracy that leads to the treasonous act of “attempting to overthrow the government and kill heads of state”.
Trump and his co-conspirators, who use social media to commit a seditious conspiracy to try to overthrow the government, have nothing to do with free speech. But it all has to do with treachery messing Donald Trump and his Confederate traitors.
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