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Supreme Court Could Bring Big Tech’s Armageddon

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The U.S. Supreme Court has recently ruled against strict gun laws and President Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan.

Conservative legislatures in Texas and Florida have also passed laws against social media censorship.

Florida’s law allows for the suing of social media sites for unfair shutdowns, while Texas prohibits Big Tech from censoring opinions, especially conservative ones. (Trending: Biden Baffles Thanksgiving Guests With Bizarre Joke)

The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals found Florida’s law unconstitutional, while the 5th U.S. Circuit of Appeals upheld Texas’ law.

“Put simply, with minor exceptions, the government can’t tell a private person or entity what to say or how to say it,” the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals stated.

“At this point, a small handful of social media sites drive the national narrative and have massive influence over the progress and developments of medicine and science, social justice movements, election outcomes, and public thought,” said Rep. Briscoe Cain (R-Deer Park).

“There is a dangerous movement by some social media companies to silence conservative ideas and values,” Texas GOP Gov. Greg Abbott pressed.

The Supreme Court has agreed to revisit both cases.

Justice Clarence Thomas argues that Big Tech should be regulated like utility companies, akin to phone companies in the past, and Republican lawmakers support this view, claiming that social media censorship contradicts the First Amendment.

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