Twitter’s Neo-Fascism To Be Tested in Court in Free Speech Fight

The Constitution: One of the most glorious realities surrounding the idea of Free Speech is that you either have it, or you don’t.

And it should be that simple.  There is no reason to push back on this ideology, whatsoever.  In America, we are allowed to question, disagree, and pontificate however we so choose, so long as it isn’t directly inciting violence against our fellow countrymen.

Without that liberty, we are but a shell of our nation’s dream.

Unfortunately, corporate greed has now tainted this right, as the freedom of the internet is being reigned in by the leftists at the top of the Silicon Valley social media heap.

Platforms such as YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter have all taken to inexcusably censoring political content that falls to the right of middle, hoping to silence the beliefs of American conservatives in favor of leftist ideologues. Twitter has been particularly vengeful as of late, deciding arbitrarily what reality they will allow to be disseminated.

Yes, this is fascism, despite what the left will tell you.

Now, a group of lawyers who value Free Speech above all are taking Twitter to task, and forcing the social media giant into a courtroom for a lesson in liberty.  MORE HERE

15 Comments on Twitter’s Neo-Fascism To Be Tested in Court in Free Speech Fight

  1. While I admire the lawsuit and of course should be a no-brainer, the lawsuit is taking place in San Fransicko county.

    ““A group of free-speech lawyers filed the most serious legal challenge yet to Twitter’s censorship policies Tuesday in San Francisco County Superior Court, seeking a ruling preventing Twitter from banning users purely on the basis of their views and political associations.”

    So any hopes for a decisive victory on Twitter should be put on hold. Unless this particular court is free from far left activists who would approve of Twitter’s censoring of right of center users.

  2. Such a conundrum. If I want to bake a cake the way I want to, and sell to the public, then why can’t Twitter select who/what they want to associate with?
    Because size matters?
    Twitter should be upfront about it, tho.

  3. You know, I hear idiot Leftists shrieking all day long that the news media is biased in favor of conservatives. But I have never, ever heard them accuse social media of favoring the right. Even for the Left, there are still some things too silly to say out loud, I guess.

  4. They are “common carriers.”
    With all the denotations and connotations that engenders (heh heh).

    Are they publicly held?
    Are they publicly used?
    Does Verizon have the right to censor telephone calls? Text messages?
    Does the Post Office have tho right to censor your mail?

    Of course not – then why are these nihilistic/totalitarian klowns above the law and common decency?

    izlamo delenda est …

  5. Cakes aren’t things that anyone can go into the bakery and just sign up to get one for free. Twitter is a free platform that anyone can sign up for simply by supplying an email address.

    I don’t know if that makes a difference, but to conflate this with a baker seems like a faulty argument.

  6. Dianny, “If you’re not paying for it; you are the product” comes to mind. If you are a cake that Twitter does not wish to sell to its advertiser customers, does Twitter have the right not to sell you or to put you on a shelf in the back?

  7. I think companies such as Twitter and Facebook should be declare common carriers. If they are, short of something being illegal, they would have no say in what is allowed. If it is legal to be shipped, UPS cannot decline to carry something just because they don’t like it.

    This is different from baking a cake. There are many bakeries where you can get a cake. Twitter, Facebook, Google, et all have positioned themselves to be all but monopolies.

  8. Twitter, Facebook and Google deal in propaganda. That used to be illegal. If these fascist aren’t controlled this so called free country is over.

  9. In a word, twitter is a tool. Lol.

    So is this platform Karly Ushanka shared with me & I’m there. Fb, twitter & the like would only be too happy to take a dump on anyone insufficiently subservient, so I signed on as a backup. Maybe I’ll see some of you there.

  10. A private business that violates the constitutional rights of its patron/users should not be allowed to do business in America. Private or not, the law of the land must be followed. Shut Twitter down until they agree to stop playing favorites and censoring differing opinions. The same with You Tube. Maybe ESPECIALLY You Tube. We need this shit like we need another Hillary.

  11. Oops. Karl. K A R L.
    If you’re reading this, sorry. My autocorrect is programmed by Android, which explains a lot. It’s of the dark side and I think it hates me. We’re even.

  12. What’s “neo” about their brand of Fascism?

    Smells like regular, old, run-of-the-mill, stale Italo/German/Russian/Sino/NoKo/Cuban/Venezuelan socialistic Fascism, to me.

    Just askin …

    izlamo delenda est …


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