Liberals have achieved near-complete dominance of almost every major institution in the United States. From education to Hollywood to the tech sector, they have taken previously neutral institutions and forced them to side with the radical left. Their sense of entitlement means they aren’t used to losing, and when they do, they attempt to flip the entire table over.
If you were a frequent user of Twitter, the website that Elon Musk just became private owner of, you would know that liberal’s favorite phrase when people complained about censorship was that Twitter was a private company that could do as it pleased. Now that the company owner wants to implement a free speech policy, they are renewing calls to regulate speech on social media.
Today, when Press Secretary Jen Psaki was asked about Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter, she did just that.
US News Reports-
“The White House declined to comment on billionaire Elon Musk’s deal on Monday to buy Twitter Inc, but said that President Joe Biden has long been concerned about the power of social media platforms.
“Our concerns are not new,” said White House spokesperson Jen Psaki.
“The president has long talked about his concerns about the power of social media platforms, including Twitter and others, to spread misinformation.”
She said the White House would not comment on an individual transaction.
The White House continues to advocate for revoking Section 230, a law that shields online companies from liability over content posted by users, and supports ramping up anti-trust and transparency enforcement on technology companies, she said.
Biden administration officials think tougher scrutiny could prevent the spreading of false information on political issues and the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We engage regularly with all social media platforms about steps that can be taken,” Psaki added. “That has continued, and I’m sure will continue, but there are also reforms that we think Congress could take.”
During the 2020 Presidential election, Biden and other Congressional Democrats were the top recipients of big tech money.