In the middle of Trump’s term in office a bunch of whiny liberals sued him after he blocked them on social media for rudely mocking him.
Rebecca Buckwalers, a leader at the far-left Center for American Progress was blocked after she trolled Trump and sued to claim that public officials using social media cannot block a person because they disagree with them.
Democrat lawyers who filed the lawsuit alleged that public officials’ social media accounts are “the most significant forums for the public to discuss government policy.”
The lawsuit ended up at the United States Court of Appeals Second circuit and the three-judge panel ruled in favor of the radical leftists citing that their 1st Amendment right was violated.
“This debate, as uncomfortable and as unpleasant as it frequently may be, is nonetheless a good thing,” Judge Barrington D. Parker wrote. “In resolving this appeal, we remind the litigants and the public that if the First Amendment means anything, it means that the best response to disfavored speech on matters of public concern is more speech, not less.”
“The ruling will ensure that people aren’t excluded from these forums simply because of their viewpoints and that public officials don’t transform these digital spaces into echo chambers,” lawyer Jameel Jaffer said who represented the blocked users. “It will help ensure the integrity and vitality of digital spaces that are increasingly important to our democracy.”
The ruling was pretty clear and it included everyone from small-town mayors, and government officials, to the President of the United States.
Founder of Grabien News, Tom Elliott, fact-checked a Cato Institute post claiming that Jean-Pierre will be the first black person to be press secretary.
Elliott wrote, “The press secretary position only began in 1929, and a black woman held press briefings as early as 1991 (Judy Smith).”
“People these days seem to forget that in the 80s and 90s, race had already become a nonissue, which is why no one even knows this. Only over the last 10 years has skin color become such an obsession again,” he added.
People these days seem to forget that in the 80s and 90s, race had already become a nonissue, which is why no one even knows this. Only over the last 10 years has skin color become such an obsession again