by islander on December 18, 2022 9:07 am
Free speech absolutism denotes the belief that the constitution guarantees a person the unlimited freedom to say anything, anytime, anywhere with no censorship or restrictions. However, whether you believe in free speech absolutism or not, it does not apply to Twitter which is a privately owned social platform.
”"Hallmark of living in an autocracy is when questioning the “official” narrative results in being smeared/censored.
Since no one here believes we shouldn’t question or be allowed to question the “official” narrative, your remark is a non sequitur, probably to be used as a straw man in your argument.
by oldedude on December 19, 2022 9:14 pm
I would argue that twitter was the little biatch of the bureau. I know that's a "normal" for you, but in US politics, it's the federal government overreach to use a private company for their own propaganda.
I know that because it agrees with you, you'll support it. But it's illegal. jussayin.....