The CEOs of Twitter and Facebook are in a bit of hot water with GOP Senators and have been called to testify on Capitol Hill later this month. Both social-media companies censored a New York Post story this week that contained information detrimental to Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden.
Twitter locked the account of America's fourth largest newspaper, as well as several users who shared the bombshell article. Facebook announced "(W)e are reducing its distribution on our platform." Too many, it appeared to be an Orwellian, knee-jerk response to protect Big Tech's preferred candidate.
The outrage over the latest example of blatant social-media censorship had most conservatives claiming that Silicon Valley "elites" were engaging in election interference. Many on the Left claimed the story wasn't fully verified, contained "hacked" information, and needed to be fact-checked before releasing it to a wider audience.
Unfortunately, President Trump wasn't afforded similar professional considerations or courtesies regarding the Russia-collusion hoax, the bogus Steele dossier, his leaked tax returns and other media misinformation campaigns against him. That's why Grassfire wants to know what you think. Is Congress justified in taking action to stop social-media censorship?
Please make your voice heard in our "Censorship? QuickPoll" now. If you support Republican-led efforts to have the CEOs of Twitter and Facebook testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee, click here or on "YES!" image below. If you prefer to see Congress have a more "hands off" approach with Big Tech, click here or on the "NO!" image below.
Thanks, in advance, for taking action via our "Censorship? QuickPoll" today. We'll share the final result after reaching 10,000 votes.
For life, liberty and limited government,
The Grassfire Team
P.S. Our QuickPolls are not scientific and are not meant to endorse a specific candidate or position. Grassfire polls are for informational purposes only.
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