A Shot Across the Bow: Venue Bill Could Make It Easier to Sue Big Tech
Thirty-nine House Republicans joined over 200 of their Democrat peers to vote in support of legislation to strengthen enforcement against Big Tech, indicating that Americans are hungry for action to hold Big Tech accountable.
Lib Rags Defend Zuckerberg from GOP Letter on Election Censorship
Two liberal rags pooh-poohed a letter sent Thursday by House Republicans to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg that seeks more information from Facebook about its communication with the federal government that led to censorship of the Hunter Biden laptop story.
FINALLY: A Bill to Make Federal Gov’t Censorship ILLEGAL
Uphold the First Amendment! Several House lawmakers apparently seek to do just that by introducing a bill to make government-sponsored censorship illegal.
WOW! Proposed CA Bill Would Punish Docs for Online Speech on COVID-19
California is moving forward with legislation to silence any doctor who deviates from a state-sanctioned narrative on COVID-19.
Jim Jordan Blasts Biden Climate Czar McCarthy for Demanding Censorship
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) said that the White House national climate advisor’s recent comments urging Big Tech to combat so-called disinformation represent the Biden administration’s latest effort to “control” and “chill” speech.
‘Out for Blood’: Elon Musk Condemns Those Who Pushed Russia Hoax
Billionaire industrialist and free speech warrior Elon Musk threw down the gauntlet. The world’s richest man called out political disinformation when he condemned those who pushed the Steele dossier falsely claiming former President Donald Trump was tied to Russia.
Rep. Jordan: Big Media and Dems 'Colluded to Bury' Hunter Laptop
It’s amazing how the narrative of media, Big Tech and Democrats on the Hunter Biden laptop scandal has changed, now that even biased, left-wing media are admitting the truth about it, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) said Tuesday at a House Judiciary Committee meeting.
‘Very Scary’: Rep. Jim Jordan Blasts Biden-Big Tech Censorship
Recalling White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki’s revelation that the Biden Administration is working with Big Tech social media platforms to limit free speech, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) warned Friday of the threat to Americans’ First Amendment rights.
VENOM: Reid Returns From Vacation as Only She Could (It Was Bad)
On Thursday night, MSNBC’s The ReidOut host Joy Reid returned from a few weeks off and immediately reasserted herself as the most poisonous person in news. In just under 15 minutes, Reid blamed conservatives for all sexual predators, demanded the right go silent about Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) because of Brett Kavanaugh, Clarence Thomas, and Donald Trump, and defended Cuomo as…
FINALLY: Congress Takes Steps to Rein in Big Tech’s Power
Republicans and Democrats have largely agreed that Big Tech has too much power. Yet, despite some agreement, the debate has raged on as Congress tries to determine how to hold companies like Facebook, Amazon and Google accountable.
The House Judiciary Committee held a June 23 markup of six antitrust bills aimed at taking down Big Tech. Five of the six bills had some bipartisan support…
Rep. Jordan SLAMS Microsoft for Censorship, ‘Market Dominance’
Big Tech bias is not limited to Facebook, Google and Twitter. The ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee has decided to call out Microsoft for its censorship of conservative voices.
House Republicans Reintroduce Bill That Would Amend Section 230
Brent Bozell, founder and president of the Media Research Center, is praising a measure by House Republicans to amend Section 230.
SHAMEFUL! Facebook Skewered for Citing Disgraced Expert in Fact-Checks
So-called experts advising Big Tech are experiencing a crisis of credibility as the once-condemned laboratory leak theory rises in popularity.
Facebook Cuts Out Cruz, Hawley, and More from Political Donations
Facebook has decided to resume political donations — excluding conservative Republican members of Congress like Sen. Ted Cruz, Sen. Josh Hawley, Rep. Jim Jordan, and Rep. Steve Scalise.