As soon as Nikki Haley becomes President, she will insist on social media showing everyone their algorithms so we can all see what they’re pushing. She said, “Every person on social media should be verified by their name. It’s a national security threat.” She thinks it will get rid of the Russian, Iranian, and Chinese bots.
In other words, she’ll dox everyone.
Where have we heard this before?
The text of Biden’s order expressly provides that the FCC would be empowered, for the first time, to regulate the following for every ISP:
“network infrastructure deployment, network reliability, network upgrades, network maintenance, customer-premises equipment, and installation”
“speeds, capacities, latency, data caps, throttling, pricing, promotional rates, imposition of late fees, opportunity for equipment rental, installation time, contract renewal terms, service termination terms, and use of customer credit and account history”
“mandatory arbitration clauses, pricing, deposits, discounts, customer service, language options, credit checks, marketing or advertising, contract renewal, upgrades, account termination, transfers to another covered entity, and service suspension”
She thinks that will make people civil to each other. Sounds a bit oppressive and anti-First Amendment. Doesn’t free speech require anonymity?
Haley’s been attending too many World Economic Forum conferences.
Why isn’t the first thing she would do as president is close the border?
NEW – Nikki Haley: “Every person on social media should be verified by their name” because of “national security.” pic.twitter.com/bPTkYGKNin
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) November 14, 2023
It didn’t go over well on X, especially with Elon Musk.
— Jack Poso (@JackPosobiec) November 15, 2023
Right. After everything that we have experienced as a country in the last few years, I am highly suspicious of any politician who wants to use a crisis to infringe on our constitutional rights — whether the excuse is “pandemic!” Or “foreign adversary!”
— Christina Pushaw (@ChristinaPushaw) November 14, 2023
Oh hell no.
— U.S. Ministry of Truth (@USMiniTru) November 14, 2023
And then people will have to keep their conservative opinions private or risk being fired. Fantastic idea Nikki Haley.
— Carmine Sabia (@CarmineSabia) November 14, 2023