FlashPoll: Should Congress Ban TikTok? Vote "YES" Or "NO" Now!

FOX News host Tucker Carlson says the bill to ban TikTok will grant Congress "terrifying new powers." On Monday's edition of "Tucker Carlson Tonight," he noted some of the threats posed by the popular photo-sharing app. But Carlson also warned of a hidden agenda in the "Restrict Act":

"In reality -- and you should know this if you're opposed to TikTok, as we are -- this bill isn't really about banning TikTok. It's never about what they say it is. Instead, this bill would give enormous and terrifying new powers to the federal government to punish American citizens and regulate how they communicate with one another."

A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers say TikTok's ability to collect user data poses national-security and privacy risks. That's why they want to ban it. Do you agree with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), who wants "to protect Americans from the technological tentacles of the Chinese Communist Party"? Or should Congress leave TikTok alone?

Grassfire wants to know what you think. Please make your voice heard via our one-question "Ban TikTok?" FlashPoll. Should Congress ban TikTok? Please vote "YES" or "NO" by clicking a button below.


Please note that our FlashPolls are not scientific, nor are they meant to endorse a specific candidate or position. They're for informational purposes only. Thanks, in advance, for taking action today.

Standing for life, liberty and limited government,

The Grassfire Team

P.S. FlashPolls are different than Grassfire's usual, one-question QuickPolls. They seek results in a much shorter time frame of 24 to 48 hours. So, please make your voice heard now!


Tucker Carlson: This would give the government terrifying power (FOX News via YouTube)

@SpeakerMcCarthy (Twitter)

Anti-TikTok pressure is bipartisan and mounting in Congress (The Hill)

McCarthy says House will press ahead with TikTok bill after CEO's testimony (The Hill)

Congress ponders TikTok ban after CEO's grilling (The Hill)