Claim they are battling “misinformation” and “conspiracy theories”
Thomas More The Hill February 23, 2021
House lawmakers on Wednesday will examine the role misinformation on cable news played in the Jan. 6 insurrection in a hearing that will test the boundaries between congressional oversight, regulation and issues of censorship.
Representatives of Fox News have already complained about the premise, saying it “sets a terrible precedent” when members of Congress “highlight political speech they do not like.” Newsmax also decried the hearing as “an attack on free speech and basic First Amendment rights,” adding that the event “should send chills down the spines of all Americans.”
The majority socialist-minded wing of the not-exactly-your-grandpa’s US Democratic Party will pursue almost any scheme to get Americans to adopt their own malodorous worldview. Emboldened by the fraudulent election that’s placed Traitor Joe in the Oval Office, two Congressional Dems are calling on major social media platforms to change their algorithms in ways that will steer users away from “conspiracy theories” and other politically-incorrect ideas.