Social media slavery: The government has found a ‘constitutional’ way to sidestep 1A

Social media companies aren’t held to constitutional standards because they’re private companies. But they’re also protected by the government because they’re considered “platforms,” not “publishers.” Well, the government has figured this out and has seen the power of using social media to circumvent the First Amendment and silence conservative voices.

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