Quote of the day—Jeff Carlson and Hans Mahncke

Musk’s proposed takeover of Twitter represents a seismic shift in the battle over the flow and control of information. The impact of shifting back to the unfettered exchange of ideas online would be enormous. But that impact also didn’t go unnoticed.

For two days last week, Twitter relaxed its censorship site-wide and the effects were immediately noticed, especially among conservatives. But the return to free speech did not last long and within days, Twitter’s oversight was suddenly back.

Establishment forces moved quickly to fight back against what they feared most: a return to free speech.

Only days after Musk announced his purchase of Twitter, the Department of Homeland Security announced the creation of a new, Orwellian “Disinformation Governance Board” supposedly to combat so-called misinformation ahead of the 2022 midterms. This new body is being led by the very same people that have spent years spreading disinformation.

The current fight over free speech isn’t over just yet. Not by a long shot.

Jeff Carlson and Hans Mahncke
May 5, 2022
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[Liberty is always unfinished business.—Joe]


One thought on “Quote of the day—Jeff Carlson and Hans Mahncke

  1. This is going to be interesting to watch. As in the past the only way the government could get involved is to fine them for violations. Which would end up in court, with proofs and evidence being shown.
    Or just shut them completely down. (Which is not beyond the pail for this crew.)
    But comes with it’s own set of legal complication.
    I would mention the government could try to run it themselves. But after their failure trying to run Mustang Ranch. (Whore house in Nevada the IRS took over). The idea of them running Twitter is laughable.

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