Ever since President Trump has taken office, it has been clear to anyone being even a little bit honest or fair that social media has waged a campaign against Republicans and conservatives. It is a war that began before Trump was elected but gathered steam over the last 3 1/2 years.

A prime example of this occurred this past week when medical professionals declared that hydroxychloroquine works for patients with DTMNBN (Disease That Must Not Be Named). The video shows doctors who use hydroxychloroquine to successfully treat patients. That video has been banned by all social media outlets.

One doctor,  Stella Immanuel, MD, a primary care doctor from Houston claimed he treated 350 patients using that drug along with zinc and other similar treatments and he had no patients die. Now, why would social media ban such a video?

The reason is simple. President Trump touted it and immediately Democrats, the mainstream media and social networking worked tirelessly trying to paint hydroxychloroquine, not only as ineffective but dangerous as well. The federal government is sitting on millions of doses of the drug but because many states with Democrats governors have banned its use.

How many people have died because hydroxychloroquine was not available to them?

President Trump’s new recommendations would prevent banning or censoring or even editing conservative content and demands transparency in the practices they use in suspending or banning accounts. What this does is define section 230 which is what protects social media giants from lawsuits.

 

Via The Trump White House:

On Monday, the Department of Commerce, as directed by President Donald J. Trump’s Executive Order on Preventing Online Censorship, filed a petition to clarify the scope of Section 230 of the 1996 Communications Decency Act. The petition requests that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) clarify that Section 230 does not permit social media companies that alter or editorialize users’ speech to escape civil liability. The petition also requests that the FCC clarify when an online platform curates content in “good faith,” and requests transparency requirements on their moderation practices, similar to requirements imposed on broadband service providers under Title I of the Communications Act. President Trump will continue to fight back against unfair, un-American, and politically biased censorship of Americans online.

Steven Ahle

Steven is a syndicated columnist for DavidJHarrisJr.com, The Range and other news websites. He is also an author, whose books can be found on Amazon.com. All enjoy a 5 star rating. They are A Walk Through the Willows, Melissa's Song, The Tangled Web, Innocent, The Calculating Corpse and It's All About me.

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  • `heel veel respect dat u voor t volk opkomt in Nederland halen ze ook alle bewijzen of meningsuiting weg ook you tupe haalt alles weg iedereen die eerlijk is wordt beboet plus strafblad terwijl ze niks doen bv gebakje samen eten met 4 man buiten 450 boete en strafblad per persoon terwijl ze 1 1\2 meter afstand houden BLM mag alles hier en onze boeren worden erop geslagen enzovoorts respect voor u dat de engelen over u mogen waken DANK U WEL DAT ER NOG POLITIEKERS ZIJN DIE WEL VAN MENSEN HOUDEN

    • Bing Translation… but at least you get the gist of what is being said:

      “a lot of respect that you stand up for the people in the Netherlands they also take away all the evidence or expression also you tupe takes away everything everyone who is honest is fined plus criminal record while they do nothing eg eat pastry together with 4 men outside 450 fine and criminal record per person while they keep 1 12 meters away BLM may everything here and our farmers are beaten on and so on respect for you that the angels are allowed to watch over you THANK YOU FOR HAVING MORE POLITICIANS WHO DO LOVE PEOPLE.”

  • I wish you would edit article, Dr Stella is a she not a he. I don’t believe she is going by the male gender.