White House push to ban all online "hate" to be weaponized against conservatives and Christians – pedophiles and groomers won't be impacted
The Biden regime is trying to erase the First Amendment
– but only for certain people.
Joe Biden himself at a recent "United We Stand" summit declared open war on "white supremacists," whom he says should not be afforded free speech. Under that banner, we assume this also includes conservatives and Christians based on past White House rhetoric.
"White supremacists will not have the last word," Biden confusingly mumbled before an audience of local leaders, experts, and "survivors" of online hate.
The current political climate, Biden went on to murmur, has given "too much oxygen" to white supremacists, prompting various false flag attacks and shootings that evidence suggests were deep state patsy plots.
"It's so important that we keep hollering," Biden said about his crusade to stamp out "hate" on the internet. "It's so important for people to know that's not who we are."
Susan Bro, whose daughter Heather Meyer was reported to have been killed at a "white nationalist rally" in Charlottesville, Va., in August 2017, introduced Biden at the event while openly supporting his agenda.
"Her murder resonated around the world, but the hate did not begin or end there," Bro said, allowing Biden to segue into calls for widespread censorship across social media.
After Biden muttered that he wants to "hold social media companies accountable for spreading hate," the audience burst into a standing applause.
"I'm calling on Congress to get rid of special immunity for social media companies and impose much stronger transparency requirements on all of them." (Related: Biden has been calling for
digital censorship and social media witch hunts since before he was even installed as "president".)
Both parties seem to oppose free speech, depending on who is doing the speaking
What Biden wants to happen is for Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) to be eliminated. That law shields social media companies from liability for the things their users post or share.
Former President Donald Trump called for the same thing during his tenure, though from the opposite political angle. Both Trump and Biden have said that Big Tech needs to be held liable for what passes across their platforms, but Trump wants it aimed at leftists while Biden wants it aimed at rightists
Biden is explicit in his calls for specifically conservatives to be censored online, calling them extremists and likening them to white supremacists during a recent speech in Philadelphia.
"Silence is complicity – we can't remain silent," Biden proclaimed, calling Republicans a threat to democracy. "There are those that say we bring this up, we divide the country. Bringing it up we silence it."
Biden also announced a $2 billion push by "philanthropists" to (supposedly) try to build bridges among America's many not-so-peacefully-coexisting races and cultures, an initiative also supported by Barack Hussein Obama, George Walker Bush, Bill Clinton, and Gerald Ford.
Concerning the current Biden censorship crusade, YouTube (owned by Google) responded that it is already removing and censoring content left and right under the guise of combatting "violent extremism."
Microsoft, which was founded by billionaire eugenicist Bill Gates, also announced that it is deploying artificial intelligence (AI) robots and "machine learning tools" to help identify "offensive" free speech for removal from the internet.
Attorney General Merrick Garland further indicated that all 94 U.S. Attorneys' Officers are banding together for a "United Against Hate" initiative that over the next year will expand what constitutes a "hate crime" so that more people who say things the regime does not approve of can be punished.
The latest news about the Biden regime's efforts to eliminate the free speech rights of its political and religious opponents can be found at Censorship.news
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