fight BIDEN’s privatization of CENSORSHIP via Facebook & Twitter

Individuals & websites can and must  fight  President BIDEN’s  wrongful  censorship of your  free  speech.  See recent article in the Wall Street Journal, Jan. 30 – 31, 2021.    The Constitution  CAN Crack Section 230. 

The Biden government  has done NOTHING to support first amendment free speech for either   President Trump (permanent suspension  of Trump’s  Twitter account)  or  his 74 million voters (ELECTION FRAUD supposedly did not happen says  Big Tech which repeatedly enforces censorship of viewpoints  by suspension of accounts and removal of posts).

BIDEN — who uses an  Executive Order to  oppose  private prisons — supports  Twitter, Facebook and Google’s privatized censorship via Section 230 of the 1996 Communications Decency Act.  These companies use Section 230  to crack down on conservative viewpoints. Standing behind these companies, the GOVERNMENT sets the censorship agenda opposing   anything that Trump or his supporters did.

Information YOU need to know:   The f US Constitution prohibits the federal government from “viewpoint discrimination”  — which is precisely what the BIDEN government is engaged in by using Twitter and Facebook to censor free speech.

The Wall Street Journal says:  “Facebook, Twitter and Google censorship muzzles the electronic public square, distorts political and cultural conversation and limit’s our freedom to sort out the truth for ourselves.”

So what can the ‘little guy and gal’ do about it?  Read another WSJ article The Man Who Drove Game Stop Mania.

What to do?   Akin to those retail investors shaking up the investment world, those 74 million voters for Trump can  and must continue to   shake up politics as usual in Washington D.C.

Diversify.   Get new accounts other than Twitter and Facebook. Parler supposedly will come back.  There’s MeWe and GAB.  Take a look at Rumble for videos.

Try The EPOCH TIMES for a balanced source of news.

Ann Corcoran — says she is dropping Google and no more G-mail account — re-posted what a man who attended the Jan 6 rally has to say. The man was brought in for questioning due to facial recognition that he attended the rally. See Ann’s posts on her blog Frauds, Crooks and Criminals.

Trump DID pull back the curtain and reveal lots of BAD actors.   Don’t forget it.

It’s time for ‘the little guys and gals’ to fight viewpoint discrimination  (forbidden by the USA Constitution) done by Biden’s use of Section 230 to curtail your free speech.

Massive 2020  ELECTION FRAUD  by Biden & Democrats and the  need for ELECTION INTEGRITY going forward are the issues Biden ignores.

What are your thoughts?

written by DrCameronJackson  1/30/2021

 

 

Ginsburg: It’s time to try shutting up? [Kaepernick]

Ginsburg — It’s time to try shutting up?

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday called her criticism of National Football League player Colin Kaepernick “inappropriately dismissive and harsh” and said she should not have commented on his protest against racism and police brutality in the United States.

Ginsburg, a liberal justice, told Yahoo News on Monday that Kaepernick was “dumb and disrespectful” for refusing to stand during the national anthem before games.

SEE EARLIER: Ruth Bader Ginsburg just threw shade at Colin Kaepernick

“Barely aware of the incident or its purpose, my comments were inappropriately dismissive and harsh. I should have declined to respond,” Ginsburg said in her statement on Friday.

In the Yahoo News interview, Ginsburg equated Kaepernick’s actions to burning the American flag. “I think it’s a terrible thing to do, but I wouldn’t lock a person up for doing it,” she said.
Ginsburg on the constitution:

Conservatives are often ridiculed for criticizing activist judges who fail to respect the Constitution. We are told that it is not conservative originalists (labeled ignorant and extremist) but rather enlightened liberal judges—with their nuanced understanding of constitutional penumbras—who truly respect the spirit of the Constitution.

Conservatives, however, have good reason to be skeptical of the left’s “respect’’ for the Constitution. Just last week, for example, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg told an Egyptian TV station that she would not recommend the U.S. Constitution as model for Egypt’s new government.

The problem, you see, is that the U.S. Constitution is “a rather old constitution.” Ginsburg suggested that Egyptians should look instead to the Constitution of South Africa or perhaps the European Convention on Human Rights. All these are “much more recent than the U.S. Constitution.”

Ginsburg’s comments echo those by Washington University professor David Law, who published a study with Mila Versteeg on the U.S. Constitution’s declining influence worldwide. In an interview, Law unfavorably compared the Constitution to “Windows 3.1”—outdated and unattractive in a world of sleek and sexy modern constitutions. Such obsession with the age of the Constitution is both absurd and irrelevant.

For one, the Constitution is still among the shortest and most elegantly written constitutions in the world. By contrast, South Africa’s constitution is well over 100 pages long, filled with tables, schedules, and such stirring passages as detailed provisions for a Financial and Fiscal Commission: “A. National legislation referred to in subsection (1) must provide for the participation of – a. the Premiers in the compilation of a list envisaged in subsection (1) (b); and b. organized local government in the compilation of a list envisaged in subsection (1) (c).” And you thought the U.S. Constitution was hard to read.

Equally ridiculous is the claim that the Constitution is too antiquated to apply to the modern world. The principles of the Constitution, although first articulated centuries ago, are not tied to the material conditions of a bygone age. They rest on that most solid and enduring of all foundations: human nature. The Constitution itself contains no policy prescriptions. Rather, it is a short, elegantly written document that create a framework for a free people to confront the political questions of their times.

Of course, the real reason progressives swoon over South Africa’s constitution is that it goes far beyond merely establishing a framework for government and guarantees progressive policies—for example, by requiring legislation that prevents pollution and ecological degradation. In other words, the left’s real discontent with the U.S. Constitution is that it does not require Americans to adopt a progressive government and expansive welfare state that provides for every “right” social scientists can justify.

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Firenze Sage:    Not as bad as one  of Ginsburg’s  previous comments favoring the South African constitution to our own —  which she ignores frequently.