By The Sharp Edge
It was Benjamin Franklin who penned the phrase in a letter in 1722, “Without freedom of thought, there can be no such thing as wisdom – and no such thing as public liberty without freedom of speech.” Franklin went on to explain in that same letter, “Guilt only dreads liberty of speech, which drags it out of its lurking holes, and exposes its deformity and horror to daylight.” Perhaps it is that very guilt that causes Big Tech tyrants to silence voices of criticism. The attack on free speech never became more apparent than the day Big Tech chose to silence the President of the United States. After all, President Trump has a knack for shining light on ugly truths the corrupt establishment would prefer stayed hidden.
Fortunately, Trump is not one to back down from a fight – especially one as worthy as the protection of our First Amendment rights in the age of Big Tech tyranny. That is why President Trump is taking on Big Tech in class action lawsuits against FacebookTwitter, and Google, as well as their Chief Executive Officers – Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey, and Sundar Pichai. The lawsuits aim to hold the Big Tech oligarchs, who have hidden behind Section 230 protections, accountable for silencing voices of dissent against the corrupt establishment’s narrative.
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In his public announcement of the lawsuit, President Trump remarked, “From the very beginning of our nation, freedom of speech has always been understood as a bedrock of our liberty and our strength. In America we recognize that the freedom to speak our minds andRead More