Thursday, July 2, 2020 12:04 PM EDT(updated every 5 minutes)
GOP officials flock to Parler social network. So do their trolls and impostors.
Viral Post Falsely Attributes ‘Shadow Government’ Claim to Krauthammer
Biden Campaign Won’t Join The Growing Facebook Ad Boycott
After a Black protester is killed in Omaha, witnesses claim a rushed investigation ignored signs of the shooter’s allegedly racist past
GOP candidates who embrace far-right QAnon conspiracy theory score primary wins
GOP Congressman Scott Tipton was defeated by right-wing primary challenger Lauren Boebert in Colorado's 3rd congressional district
You can find me on the new social media platform, Parler, under the username @MichaelCBurgess
Don't forget that Donald Trump is waging a war on Section 230. Trump wants social media companies to have play host to his lies and hateful rhetoric online, which is exactly why he's attempting to undermine the law. I won't let him get away with it.
Without Section 230 as the law of the land, companies like Reddit, Facebook and Twitter would have a much harder time policing hate speech on their platforms. Without 230, we'd see a lot more lawsuits just like this one, except they would win: https://t.co/nViCsMim9G
Now Reddit has joined the growing number of social media companies finally taking a real stand against misinformation and hate speech on their platforms. https://t.co/ZYwkjPRSBa
The boycott of Facebook by private companies is just one more example of Americans demanding more from social media platforms when it comes to policing online hate speech. https://t.co/afgSEya9ka
We must get to the bottom of social media censorship and hold these companies to highest standards for the American people.
Glad to partake in a phone conversation with @Twitter today to discuss how to #StopTheBias. https://t.co/0xG6aB6LMY