Attorney General Jeff “Mr. Magoo” Sessions has been arguably the largest disappointment of the Trump administration. He has sat idly by and allowed the deep state to undermine Trump’s presidency and squandered resources on reviving the failed unpopular federal war on drugs.
But it looks like Sessions is finally getting ready to act on a key front: Stopping Big Brother. Tech giants have conspired to destroy free speech on their platforms in recent months, targeting conservatives with an unprecedented Orwellian crackdown. Sessions is scheduling a meeting with state attorney generals later this month to discuss business practices of social media companies that “may be hurting competition and intentionally stifling the free exchange of ideas.”
“We listened to today’s Senate Select Committee on Intelligence hearing on Foreign Influence Operations’ Use of Social Media Platforms closely. The Attorney General has convened a meeting with a number of state attorneys general this month to discuss a growing concern that these companies may be hurting competition and intentionally stifling the free exchange of ideas on their platforms,” Department of Justice spokesman Devin O’Malley said.
Jack Dorsey of Twitter testified before Congress today, and his company took a pounding in the market as a result. Google didn’t even have the courage to face the public today, as they continue to manipulate their search results and institute leftist thought control while denying it despite its obvious nature.
President Trump has taken to Twitter to defend freedom of speech against the Orwellian push by the social media giants.
…..Censorship is a very dangerous thing & absolutely impossible to police. If you are weeding out Fake News, there is nothing so Fake as CNN & MSNBC, & yet I do not ask that their sick behavior be removed. I get used to it and watch with a grain of salt, or don’t watch at all..
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 18, 2018
Let’s just hope that Magoo doesn’t bungle this up and gets serious about cutting the thought controllers down to size.