DOJ NEEDS TO ACT: Twitter: A Weapon USED AGAINST the President of the United States and WE THE PEOPLE – They Need to Be Held Accountable – 6/3/2020

I WILL ALLOW MY EVIDENCE TO PROVE MY POINT THAT TWITTER is not Social Media but It is a tool used by foreign factions to infiltrate, influence, dictate, and its Own Government entity.

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Twitter mocks our President and His staff and Trump’s followers.

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This is Ian Brown, Software Engineer Hired by @Twitter based out of San Francisco.  He insults, threatens and debases our President and HE IS Director of Social Media, Dan Scavino.

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This guy wants your duly elected President Trump and his Communications Director, Dan Scavino, to be put in prison and for what? This is way out there people. These people are using Twitter as a tool vs. the United States of America and its people. In the same manner as Google and Facebook.

Twitter’s Jack Dorsey fires back at Zuckerberg, defends fact-checking Trump tweets

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One Twitter account is reposting everything Trump tweets. It was suspended within 3 days.

TWITTER is run on Sharia AND prove me wrong. They decide what we can say or not, on US soil. If it goes against their beliefs on US soil, they block us. They allow terror groups to communicate, scheme, plan and complete their mission. Those of us who support the Flag, US Constitution, GOD Family Country, the unborn, Jesus, Israel, are banned.  Twitter does not allow people to communicate as Americans and US Citizens or to speak our minds on US soil. What is that called in your book America?

Breitbart Says:  President Donald Trump signed an executive order to defend free speech on social media and regulate social media companies for selectively censoring users.

“We’re here today to defend free speech from one of the greatest dangers,” the president said, referring to the “unchecked power” wielded by social media companies in the United States.

The president signed the order in the Oval Office on Thursday afternoon.

“They’ve had unchecked power to censor restrict, edit shape hide alter virtually any form of communication between private citizens or large public audiences,” Trump said.

The president criticized the growing monopoly of social media companies in America, vowing to act to change the regulatory framework for the companies.

“There’s no precedent in American history for so small a number of corporations to control so large a sphere of interaction,” he said.

Trump said the increasing editorial actions by social media to control the content on their platforms endangered their liability shield under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act as a neutral public platform.

“The choices that Twitter makes, when it chooses to suppress, edit, blacklist, shadowban are editorial decisions, pure and simple, they are editorial decisions,” Trump said.

The president accused the companies of political activism, calling it “inappropriate.”

“What they choose to fact check and what they choose to ignore or promote is nothing more than a political activism group,” he said.

Trump said that social media companies had “more power and more reach” than any phone company or newspaper or media outlet, and needed more regulation.

U.S. Attorney General William Barr attended the event and said his office would prepare legislation to restrict social media companies from pressing their particular viewpoints on their platforms.

“These companies grew because they held themselves out as public forums,” Barr said, adding, “Now that they’ve become these very powerful networks of eyeballs. They’ve now switched and they are using that market power to force particular viewpoints.”

The president also noted that checking social media companies had become a bipartisan issue, citing Democrat support for regulation.

When ABC News reporter Jon Karl asked why President Trump did not delete his Twitter account in protest of the company’s decisions, Trump replied, “If you weren’t fake, I would not even think about it, I would do that in a heartbeat.”