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( July 19th, 2021 @ 4:12 pm )
This is just another reason why EVERY conservative and everyone who believes in free speech should ditched Big Tech social media and switch to those who support free speech on their sites - MeWe (closest in format to Facebook), Gab (closest in format to Twitter), and Parler.
( July 19th, 2021 @ 9:53 am )
Who says it is misinformation? So much they labeled as misinformation has turned out to be true. IMO what they claim is misinformation is nothing more than what does not fit their narrative or agenda. And in the process those that swore to support and defend the US Constitution are denying people one of the most basic right, Freedom of Speech as stated in the 1st Amendment.
Where are the republican's in congress screaming from roof tops that this is a violation of the Constitution? Where are the lawsuits by the republicans against this. Makes you wonder how we even have 2 parties when one party tramples all over the Constitution and the other party stays silent.

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