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Brent Bozell Oct 14
BigTech finally went too far censoring conservatives. They have united the movement to change . Big Tech abuse must end now!
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Ajit Pai Oct 15
I intend to move forward with an rulemaking to clarify the meaning of . Read my full statement below.
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Josh Hawley Oct 14
I have said over and over that must be changed to allow American citizens to challenge censorship. I have gone to the Senate floor to try to pass legislation to do it. Today I call on my Republican colleagues to join me. Now is the time for action
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Josh Hawley Oct 15
Yesterday conclusively made the case that their monopolies must be broken up and their special sweetheart deal from government ended
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Josh Hawley Oct 14
Every Republican lawmaker must DO SOMETHING about it. Change
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Chadwick Moore Oct 14
An editorial decision, you say?
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Tom Johnson Oct 15
I've informed Chairman that the has the legal authority to interpret . We now intend to move forward with a rulemaking to clarify its meaning. Read the Chairman's full statement below:
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Kevin McCarthy Oct 15
Companies like Facebook and Twitter have special protections in something called . But Big Tech is abusing those protections and choosing to censor Americans with different political views. It is time to and start over.
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Kevin McCarthy Oct 17
Big Tech is not even pretending like they aren't helping Joe Biden. It's time to scrap their protections so they can't censor conservatives any longer.
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Catherine Herridge Oct 15
Communications Act “Social media companies have a First Amendment right to free speech.  But they do not have a First Amendment right to a special immunity denied to other media outlets, such as newspapers and broadcasters.” READ FULL STATEMENT
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Louie Gohmert Oct 15
It's time to remove the protections receives under . They do not care about free speech, but suppressing information that dares to challenge their radical leftist ideologies. Read the censored NYPost story on my website:
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Jim Banks Oct 14
I just tweeted about and immediately lost a lot of followers. Anyone else?
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John Pence Oct 14
If won’t free speech, then their speech shouldn’t be free.
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ʀᴇᴄʟᴀɪᴍɪɴɢ ᴄᴜʀᴛ'ꜱ ᴛɪᴍᴇ Oct 14
Trump should sign an executive order tomorrow ending protections for and .
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Josh Hawley Oct 15
This is a major announcement from FCC on . Now Congress must act on
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Jim Banks Oct 14
If your political party believes in God, the nation-state & the Constitution, don't expect fair treatment from Big Tech.
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Jim Banks Oct 14
. and chose to act as a publisher today. Since they insist on it, Congress should legally treat them as a publisher as well. Reform now!
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Sohrab Ahmari Oct 15
Again: Twitter, this statement is factually, empirically false. And you’re acting like an editing and publishing enterprise, not a bulletin board. So why shouldn’t you escape publisher liability. reform now.
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Jim Banks Oct 15
Imagine if Wal-Mart, Goldman Sachs or Exxon started censoring sitting lawmakers. There would be JUSTIFIED uproar.   Big Tech is the greatest threat to American Democracy
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Josh Hawley 16h
Republicans must ACT on . They’ve looked the other way for too long. Tomorrow I will again go to the Senate floor to try to force a vote on
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