It looks like the deal for Elon Musk to buy Twitter will go through. The reaction on Twitter is amazing and we are here for it. What are people worried about exactly? What damage could Elon Musk do to Twitter that hasn’t been done already?
Elon Musk has made a $43 Billion offer to buy Twitter. This raises questions about fiduciary responsibility and draws a hard line in the free speech debate. People who believe in free speech int he town square, and those who want to use their own bias to suppress speech.
Sen. Mitt Romney was the sole Republicans applauding the confirmation of now- Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson. The other two Republicans, Sen. Susan Collins and Sen. Lisa Murkowski, were not in the room. But all three should know they made a mistake in supporting a nominee who is not willing to go on the record about natural rights.
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Look at how mad people are that Elon Musk might push Twitter to be more accepting and tolerant of different views! To some, free speech is not something to applaud, it’s something to destroy because it’s “mean” or “hateful.”
But now, those who support free speech are being called “free speechers.” And yes, they think it’s a real problem.
Don Lemon’s commentary on the SCOTUS hearing is a master-class in civic ignorance.
Charlie Kirk has been kicked off Twitter over Rachel Levine talk. Twitter is the enemy.
Right Side Broadcasting Network has been removed from YouTube. Deplatforming is a serious problem that we cannot remain silent about.
Brittney Griner, a two-time Olympic gold medalist and seven-time Women’s National Basketball Association All-Star, is still in jail in Russia.
Children cannot make their own health care decisions and they choose their own gender. We speak to Michael Walsh about his latest column, The Silence of The Lambs, which covers the long-term assault on American Culture.
Phil Mickelson has not been invited to the upcoming 2022 Masters Tournament. But that’s not the story, the story is why his has not been invited.
The Big Story: We discuss Lindsey Graham’s line of questioning for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearing on her child pornography rulings. Her history of lenient rulings in child pornography cases is more than worthy of exploration by the Senate committee.
Democrats find these sorts of questions to be too harsh. After the organized and relentless attempts to ruin the lives of Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett during their confirmations, nothing is too harsh anymore.
The Babylon Bee has been suspended from Twitter for calling Rachel Levine, four-star admiral in the United States Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, a man. Rachel Levine is a biological man, that is just facts. If an entire media outlet can be removed from Twitter, one that writes satire at that, than none of us are safe.
Former NIH director Francis Collins is now saying things about COVID vaccines that would have had you exiled from social society and social media for saying 6 months ago. Jake Tapper is asking questions about the change to the settled science on masks that you were fact-checked for asking 6 months ago. CNN medical analyst Dr. Jonathan Reiner said that cloth masks were “fashion” and do not protect against COVID-19, a statement that would have made you a science denier 6 months ago. Senior Politics reporter at MSNBC, Alex Seitz-Wald, admitted that, for democrats, wearing masks is not about science. It is about virtue signaling your decency as a human being and proving you weren’t one of those “science-denying” Republicans.
They knew cloth masks didn’t do anything, but they had people do it anyway. Our kids went to school for 2 years with masks on their face that did nothing and they knew it. They knew the science wasn’t with them. Why do people favor masks? Not science, but virtue signaling.