Big tech may think that it lives in a universe devoid of accountability and responsibility, but Trump has thrown a major curveball in that false perception.
Trump, ever the victor in a number of different ways, has recently proclaimed that he has launched a lawsuit against Big Tech not only for cancelling him, but also for cancelling countless other individuals who dare to voice any sentiments that are remotely conservative, or, for that matter, remotely patriotic in some cases.
After all, American flags are apparently now associated with white supremacy, per various ludicrous claims from the left, including MSNBC hosts who apparently find American flag displays to be “disturbing.”
Nonetheless, Trump, along with the rest of American Patriots, have absolutely had it with the shameless attacks on the nation’s foundation, which is precisely why he made such a welcome announcement from his Bedminster, New Jersey Golf Club.
“I stand before you this morning to announce a very important… development for our freedom and freedom of speech … In conjunction with the America First Policy Institute, I’m filing, as the lead class-action representative, a major class-action lawsuit against the big tech giants, including Facebook, Google and Twitter, as well as their CEOs.” [Source: Fox News]
Indeed this is an absolutely phenomenal development for freedom of speech, especially since big tech finds free speech “offensive” and antithetical to their communist-friendly, totally authoritarian views.
In addition, since big tech can apparently ban a sitting president and get away with it, imagine what else they could possibly do, as Trump also sagely forewarned.
“There is no better evidence that big tech is out of control than the fact that they banned the sitting president of the United States earlier this year … If they can do it to me they can do it to anyone.” [Source: Fox News]
Can they ever.
And that’s precisely what’s so scary, especially when big tech is little more than an additional tentacle of the Democrat party these days.
Trump also pointed out precisely why big tech companies continue to have the power that they do, especially since they are still using the absurd Section 230 standard, which truly should not apply to these social media platforms.
During his presidency, Trump gamely tried to change Section 230 precedents with regards to big tech, but he was unsurprisingly blocked by rabid Democrats, in spite of the cost that this block brings to freedom of speech.
However, Trump reiterated this danger again when announcing his lawsuit.
“While the social media companies are officially private entities, in recent years they have ceased to be private with the enactment and their historical use of Section 230, which profoundly protects them from liability … It is in effect a massive government subsidy, these companies have been co-opted, coerced and weaponized by government actors to become the enforcers of illegal, unconstitutional censorship.” [Source: Fox News]
Big tech is not only highly disturbing for effectively banning speech it doesn’t like, which just happens to be conservative, patriotic speech, but it is also insanely irresponsible by repeatedly covering up the misdeeds of other Democrats, such as Hunter Biden.
After all, big tech utterly suffocated the Hunter Biden stories last fall, conveniently just before the election, which drew sharp criticism from individuals from multiple political persuasions, though they are united in their desire to keep free speech free.
Not only would suffocating these stories be irresponsible at any point in time, but the irresponsibility is especially pronounced when taking into account the fact that the American public should probably know if a potential president’s son is mixed up in all kinds of shady international deals.
Which Hunter Biden clearly is.
Trump brought up Hunter’s rather infamous laptop as well, illuminating the type of people big tech protects as well as the type of people that big tech targets.
“The laptop from hell, … you look at that thing, there’s more criminal activity on that laptop than Al Capone had if he had a laptop. … He was a baby compared to what I was able to see.” [Source: The Washington Examiner]
That statement is fairly strong, but it is certainly accurate … after all, Al Capone didn’t have his fingers all over Ukraine and China, and who knows where else …
Moreover, Al Capone’s father was not President of the United States …
Author: Jane Jones