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Big Tech and Biden Regime Serve As First Amendment's Biggest Threat

In a world that is increasingly interconnected and reliant on digital platforms, one must question where the line should be drawn, if at all, when it comes to freedom of speech.


Absolute free speech is the only option. Absolutely no compromises.


The crux of our culture lies in the unfettered ability to voice our opinions, beliefs, and concerns. Recently, significant attention has been given to the partnership between the Biden administration and Big Tech, namely social media platforms, raising concerns over potential and current threats to the free speech principles.


The Supreme Court, in a series of cases, is grappling with the question of whether public officials can block their constituents on social media, thus raising concerns about potential violations of the First Amendment. The Biden administration, backing local officials who argue that their blocks do not constitute state action, seems to hint at a concerning inclination to control and restrict civic discourse.


At the same time, state content moderation laws, such as those in Texas and Florida, which seek to prevent social media platforms from banning users based on their political views, are also under scrutiny. These laws are being challenged by two tech industry groups, the CCIA and NetChoice, on the grounds that they infringe on private companies' First Amendment rights. However, one must question whether these platforms, which have become modern public squares, should be allowed to censor opinions they may not agree with in the first place.



The Biden administration's interactions with social media companies have also raised eyebrows. Attempts to curb misinformation, especially with regard to COVID-19, the truth about the 2020 election, and climate change, by coordinating with these companies have been criticized as a "campaign of censorship" by the government. Justices Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, and Neil Gorsuch have voiced concerns over the potential for these actions to skew the presentation of views on digital media.


In light of these developments, it is clear that the delicate balance of free speech is at stake. In a true "democracy," free speech should be absolute, allowing for a vibrant and robust exchange of ideas. However, with the Biden administration's actions suggesting a possible inclination towards controlling discourse, it is imperative that we remain vigilant in safeguarding this cornerstone of our country. No compromise should be entertained when it comes to our constitutional rights, especially our freedom of speech.


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