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For the sake of political fairness, should the Federal Government Regulate Social Media Content

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Offline AbaraXas

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Let's put it to a poll. You can select more than one option.
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Re: Poll: Should the Federal Government Regulate Social Media Content
« Reply #1 on: August 07, 2018, 03:15:52 PM »
    UNCONSTITUTIONAL!

Americans can decide and have in the recent past.



              Just ask these numb nuts.
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Re: Poll: Should the Federal Government Regulate Social Media Content
« Reply #2 on: August 07, 2018, 03:19:32 PM »
    UNCONSTITUTIONAL!

Americans can decide and have in the recent past.



              Just ask these numb nuts.


Add to that, political forums are also considered a form of Social Media. You all can let that one sink in for a moment. At that, a few years ago, forums were considered the most powerful social media platform.

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Can guests vote on this one, @AbaraXas?
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Can guests vote on this one, @AbaraXas?

I think I set it up that way.

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It's a moot point. The radical Lefists and the DNC control Social Media and they are openly shutting down dissenting views. It really doesn't matter to me whether it is an actual Govt' official doing it or a puppet doing this, the results are the same.
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It's a moot point. The radical Lefists and the DNC control Social Media and they are openly shutting down dissenting views. It really doesn't matter to me whether it is an actual Govt' official doing it or a puppet doing this, the results are the same.

Until you realize that their plan isn't just the big three, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.  Forums, like this one, are also considered social media. And if you look at the proposal the Democrats have been circulating, they don't want to limit this regulation to social media, but to the internet in general. We are cheering them opening this door because we don't like what is happening at the big 3.


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