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Psaki outlines steps Biden Admin. to take to limit 1st Amendment rights.

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"White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki has responded to concerns over Joe Biden’s aggressive action to censor social media posts. At a press briefing on Friday, Psaki outlined the steps the White House aims to take in connection with Facebook in order to enforce social media policies.

She said the federal government wants to know social media outlets are taking steps to address misinformation they deem dangerous to public health. She added Facebook has not been as proactive as the administration would like.

The Biden administration’s push to censor social media content comes as President Trump has filed a class-action lawsuit against Big Tech giants Facebook, Twitter and Google for suppressing American’s First Amendment right to free speech."

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Once again Biden admin working to suppress Constitutional freedoms.   So much for their oath to support and defend the Constitution.  Where are the republican elective representatives screaming from the top of the hill about this?  All I hear is silence.  Guess their oath means nothing to them either. 


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