Breaking: Federal Judge Drops The Gavel On Facebook, Declares Facebook Doesn’t Have The “Right to Censor’

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Let’s get real here for a moment. The last thing we want is for the federal government to step in and start telling companies, big or small, what they can and cannot do.

Remember the whole fiasco when a Christian bakery was sued by a homosexual couple because they refused to bake their cake? The owners of that shop should absolutely retain that right. That’s their privilege, their freedom of choice.

And the federal government should not be taking that from any American.

But this story with Facebook and its liberal owner, Mark Zuckerberg, is not the same. When a company represents millions of voices, you’re no longer private and can’t be forcing others to align with your views.

It’s akin to a large corporation not hiring someone based on their religion, gender, or culture. It’s a crime.

And when large social media giants do the same thing it should also be a crime. Suppressing the free speech of others on a massive platform like Facebook because you don’t agree with them should be a crime.

FILE – In this Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020, file photo, a demonstrator joins others outside of the home of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to protest what they say is Facebook spreading disinformation.

In Texas, Governor Greg Abbot signed a bill called HB20 that prohibits social media platforms with more than 50 million monthly users from censoring or limiting users’ speech based on viewpoint expression.

The new law includes Google, Facebook, and Twitter. Left-wing big tech companies are furious about this Texas law and they are trying to fight back.

Federal Judge Andrew S. Oldham of the Fifth Circuit said the platforms argued for “a rather odd inversion of the First Amendment” that “buried somewhere in the person’s enumerated right to free speech lies a corporation’s unenumerated right to muzzle speech.”
That’s the difficulty of these new censorship laws. Conservatives have to be careful where they tread.

The liberals could very well be using laws like HB20 to cause further damage. Because if Facebook can’t refuse the words of a conservative then a christian bakery shouldn’t be allowed to refuse a homosexual couple.

See the dichotomy?

Now, Greg Abbot is no fool and was careful with his wording in HB20. It specifically targets the social media giants who have been notorious for squashing our first amendment right to free speech.

What we want, and what this federal judge declared is that Facebook cannot be censoring the speech of millions of people, regardless of their affiliation.

“Today we reject the idea that corporations have a freewheeling First Amendment right to censor what people say,” Judge Oldham continued.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton responded, “I just secured a MASSIVE VICTORY for the Constitution & Free Speech in fed court: #BigTech CANNOT censor the political voices of ANY Texan!”

This is a huge win. Not just for American Patriots, but for the world. Imagine if this victory spreads and all social media giants will be required to stop censuring conservative voices.

We might even get to see a fair election!

The liberal hate would get snuffed out and patriotism would return in abundance.

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