In the fight to preserve our liberties, conservative state leaders are on the front lines.
Biden and his radical left are asleep at the wheel. When they’re not personally attacking our rights, they let their buddies do it.
Liberal-owned social media sites have been censoring users for years. But Governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis, just passed a law banning the practice in the state.
One reporter tried to use Trump against the governor. But his response got people on their feet.
This is how you respond to leftist reporters. pic.twitter.com/q01C59Btgt
— Marina Medvin 🇺🇸 (@MarinaMedvin) May 24, 2021
While discussing a newly-signed bill aimed at ending social media censorship in Florida, a reporter tried to trip up Gov. DeSantis.
The new bill would make it harder for bit social sites from banning or “shadow banning” users whose views don’t match the liberals who run them.
One reporter asked DeSantis, point-blank, if he’s passing this law simply because Donald Trump now lives in Florida.
It was a gross, underhanded, and stupid thing to say. Every last American, especially reporters, should be worried about social media’s overreaching control on our speech.
Yet liberals don’t seem to care, assuming (I guess) they are safe from Dorsey’s ban hammer.
But DeSantis nailed this cocky liberal, by exposing social media’s gross bias. He pointed out that, while most sites banned the President of the United States, they still let Iranian dictators spew their poison.
DeSantis condemned sites that let anti-Semites spread hate against Jews, but banned Trump for mean tweets.
Somethings not right, is there?
That winning response sparked cheers and applause from the audience. Quickly they rose to a standing ovation.
We all know that Democrats are smugly happy that Trump isn’t on most major platforms. But they don’t see the hypocrisy and irony of social giants’ policies.
Perhaps, one day, they’ll see the light. But I’m not holding my breath waiting.
- Ron DeSantis signed a bill into law confronting social media censorship.
- A reporter tried to suggest he did it to help Donald Trump, who lives in Florida.
- DeSantis condemned social sites that banned Trump but allow anti-Semites to spread hate.
- The crowd rose in a standing ovation over his response.