Pass a law entitling the poster to sue large social media companies for $25,000 for each instance of censorship of truth or opinion.
AND they likely get rent benefits/free rent... they take up housing at likely lower cost...
I believe the right track is to establish other outlets such as Trump and others are doing. Who says there should be only twitter?
Interesting thought. I'm currently in Twitter jail and locked out of my account for a post they didn't like.
Nice idea, but a fantasy at best unfortunately.
Wonderful idea. It would certainly help my current financial situation which has been worsened by the horrid floods we had last week.
I support your idea. Thank you for your courage and leadership.
I will be the first to step up and sue FB
How about if congress via the DOJ simply did its job. As I understand it, they are basically licensed as telecommunications companies. In order to get that privilege they agreed to provide platforms for others to use.
As I understand it, the moment they started censuring content that was not in harmony with their political agenda, they became editors of content and political action agencies. They became publishers by default. Again, as I understand it, this puts them in violation of the agreement they had with congress. As such, they can be fined heavily for every violation of that agreement.
It seems to me that the goal should be to get congress to order the DOJ to do his job by prosecuting them.
It's because we have 3rd world employees at corporations in the USA that don't give two shits about the foundations of what the united States is supposed to represent. They came here to fall right back into communism? lol Commiefornia has the most mask wearers, why? Because they're not from here. They work for the same companies that are censoring you. IF true men and women of the united States had roles in these corporations instead of the people brought here on work visas. I know this from fact of spending 15 years in the Bay Area corporate realm and it has been nothing but an influx in commies. Commie Cloths will never go away. It's all about COMPLIANCE and training the "free" people of the united States how to slowly surrender.
Add a zero to each, then you’ve got something
Sounds like a great idea
I fear that we, the community of the curious, face this problem of censorship because social media companies cater to a different mindset. One that likes to chew the cud with the familiar taste. Quite a few people enjoy never being challenged by what they do not wish to read or hear or know about. For them censorship is a service. We, the curious, happen to have a problem with it but (and this is what worries me) the avid readers and thinkers seem to be a minority.