Despite vowing to uphold and protect the Constitution, the Biden regime is blatantly violating the First Amendment.
Biden’s Surgeon General Vivek Murthy has issues a stark call-to-action to tech companies.
He is calling on them to censor and ban Joe Rogan.
Never-mind-the-fact that we have freedom of speech!
They want absolute control over the information we receive.
— Sebastian Gorka DrG (@SebGorka) January 27, 2022
AMAZING how these ppl cannot handle dissent. One clear-thinking individual w/ a mic disagrees w/ the propaganda & they freak out! TRUTH is more powerful than lies.
— Jesse Lee Peterson (@JLPtalk) January 27, 2022
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) January 25, 2022
Isn’t it funny how these people had the audacity to call Trump a dictator, yet they are more fascistic than Trump ever was?!
Trump promoted freedom!
But everyone in the Biden regime appears to be clamping down on freedom and free speech.
Biden-appointed U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy said Silicon Valley tech companies have an “important role to play” in preventing the spread of alleged coronavirus “misinformation.” His comments came during an MSNBC interview that specifically mentioned Joe Rogan.
Murthy made the comments during an appearance on MSNBC, in which host Mika Brzezinski asked Murthy what should be done about alleged misinformation from Joe Rogan and social media posts.
“What do you think are the best ways to push back on misinformation about COVID that continues to be aggressively pushed, whether it be Joe Rogan’s podcast or all over Facebook?” asked Brzezinski.
“We can have the best science available, we can have the best public health expertise available. It won’t help people if they don’t have access to accurate information,” responded Murthy. “People have the right to make their own decisions, but they also have the right to have accurate information to make that decision with.”
The Biden-appointed health official went on to urge private companies to use their power to limit the spread of alleged misinformation.
“This is about companies and individuals recognizing that the only way we get past misinformation is if we are careful about what we say and use the power that we have to limit the spread of misinformation,” said Murthy.
Trump fought with the press.
Because he wanted to stop misinformation.
But he never tried to shut them down.
He never tried to censor them.
Instead, he provided the truth.
Compare this to Democrats, who want to censor and shut down anyone who doesn’t agree with them!
Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy said that social media companies should do more to root out misinformation. https://t.co/y9apTNR79D
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) January 27, 2022
What’s funny is what they call misinformation is actually anything but two months later.
— Kate Freitas 🇺🇸🐐🐱🐶🐓🐴🦈 (@KateHolly10) January 25, 2022
Still haven't seen any interest by Fauci or Vivek or Walensky going on Rogan to set him straight.
— bigdaddygeo (@bigdaddygeo) January 25, 2022
After Neil Young made his ultimatum, Spotify chose Joe Rogan over Young.
But now that Vivek has stepped in and made the Biden administration’s stance known, the company is going to face intense pressure.
Don’t be surprised if a major campaign begins soon to try to deplatform Rogan from Spotify.
But would be worse is if they ban him everywhere else, similar to what Big Tech did to President Trump.
Newsweek confirms the news:
Legendary singer Neil Young has his answer after issuing Spotify an ultimatum: the streaming service has agreed to take his music off their platform. Now, a top official in the Biden administration has joined in the debate.
Spotify’s move comes after the former Buffalo Springfield member demanded they choose between him or popular podcast host Joe Rogan. Rogan has been accused of spreading misinformation surrounding the pandemic on his podcast The Joe Rogan Experience.
Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy, during an appearance on MSBC’s Morning Joe, said that giving people the right information to make proper decisions is vital. He also stressed the importance social media can and does play in giving people that correct information.
“Now when it comes to how we root out the misinformation in society right now, and give people access to accurate information, we’ve got to do several things. Number one, we’ve got to recognize that our technology platforms, whether particularly social media, these have an important role to play. These are the predominant places where we’re seeing misinformation spread.”
The doctor went on to accuse social media platforms of not doing enough to limit the spread of misinformation, saying “these platforms have still not stepped up to do the right thing and do enough, I should say, to reduce the spread of misinformation.”
He said everyone–government, social media companies or even individuals–should do more to fight disinformation.
The sad part is that the experts themselves have flip flopped.
They’ve been wrong on a multitude of issues (such as *initially* saying masks aren’t effective or being against the border shut down).
Yet despite being wrong time and time again, they want to be the arbiters of truth.