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Trump-appointed judge sends Team Disinformation into a frenzy by dismantling its censorship machine…

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We owe President Trump a debt of gratitude for appointing Louisiana District Judge Terry Doughty. He just shut down the “disinformation police” and their mass censorship agenda. The Biden administration was exposed for its covert involvement with Big Tech to censor American voices on any topic related to COVID-19 that did not meet “regime approval.” Judge Doughty ruled that this dystopian approach was totally unacceptable in America and prevented these disinformation agents from further contact with Big Tech.

Overall, the credibility of the Biden administration’s “ministry of truth” is questionable at best. These self-proclaimed “disinformation specialists” have conveniently overlooked the fact that the most serious and dangerous disinformation comes from individuals like Fauci, Biden and other so-called COVID leaders and experts.

Judge Doughty argued that Joe Biden and his administration significantly overstepped their bounds by trying to play “kangaroo” on social media and, as a result, infringed on Americans’ First Amendment rights. It’s not the government’s role to monitor what Americans say on the Internet, unless it’s actual criminal activity, and that doesn’t include setting up traps for people, the FBI.

Right now, Team Disinformation is in a state of panic as they watch their entire power and censorship apparatus fall apart.

The New York Times:

Alice E. Marwick, a researcher at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, was one of several disinformation experts who said Wednesday that the ruling could hamper work aimed at preventing false claims about vaccines and voter fraud. they spread
The order, he said, followed other efforts, largely by Republicans, that are “part of an organized campaign pushing back on the idea of ​​disinformation as a whole.”

Judge Terry A. Doughty granted a preliminary injunction on Tuesday, saying the Department of Health and Human Services and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, along with other parts of the government, must stop corresponding with the social media companies “for the purpose of urging, encouraging, pressuring or inducing in any way the removal, deletion, suppression or reduction of content containing protected freedom of expression”.

The ruling stemmed from a lawsuit by the attorneys general of Louisiana and Missouri, which accused Facebook, Twitter and other social networks of censoring right-wing content, sometimes in concert with the government. They and other Republicans hailed the judge’s decision, in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Louisiana, as a victory for the First Amendment.

Misinformation mother Alice E. Marwick. (UNC)

For this crowd, increased censorship means more power, which is a very dangerous precedent. Remove that power structure and their sense of control quickly turns into a state of chaos. The good news is that this is all really great and will help keep America free from tyranny. The NOW continue piece

Several researchers, however, said the government’s work with social media companies was not a problem as long as it did not coerce them into removing content. Instead, they said, the government has historically notified companies of potentially dangerous messages, such as lies about voter fraud or misleading information about Covid-19. Most misinformation or misinformation that violates social platform policies is flagged by researchers, nonprofits, or people and software on the platforms themselves.

“That’s the really important distinction here: The government should be able to tell social media companies about things they think are harmful to the public,” said Miriam Metzger, a professor of communication at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and an affiliate of its Center for Information Technologies and Society.

A bigger concern, the researchers said, is a potential warming effect. The judge’s decision prevented certain government agencies from contacting some research organizations, such as the Stanford Internet Observatory and the Election Integrity Partnership, about the removal of content from social networks. Some of these groups have already come under fire in a Republican-led legal campaign against universities and think tanks.

Colleagues said such stipulations could deter younger scholars from conducting disinformation research and intimidate donors who fund crucial grants.

Bond Benton, an associate professor of communication at Montclair State University who studies disinformation, described the ruling as “a bit of a potential Trojan horse.” It was limited on paper to the government’s relationship with social media platforms, he said, but carried a message that misinformation qualifies as speech and its removal as speech suppression.

“Previously, platforms could simply say we don’t want to host you, ‘No shirt, no shoes, no service,'” Dr. Benton said. “This ruling will now probably make platforms a little bit more cautious about that.” .

Misinformation mother Miriam Metzger. (UC Santa Barbara)
Disinformation eunuch Bond Benton. (Montclair State University)

Believe it or not, Team Disinformation has convinced itself that they are the good guys because what they are doing is somehow for the “greater good”. Note that these are the same people who vehemently opposed this very argument when it was put forward by the Bush administration after 9/11. But suddenly now, to protect Big Pharma, it’s okay.



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