I didn’t vote for Donald Trump.
I didn’t care for Ricky Vaughn either.
At the same time, I don’t think that Big Tech should be able to wield its monopoly power to censor Joe Biden’s political enemies. I don’t think the Justice Department should be in the business of arresting Hillary Clinton’s enemies as payback for her defeat in the 2016 election.
“As he entered his first week in office, President Joe Biden was handed a priceless gift: the blissful sound of former President Donald Trump’s Twitter silence.
Gone are the pre-dawn tirades, the all-caps declarations, the “Sleepy Joe” mocking, the Fox News-driven agitations and the general incitements. Instead, Biden debuted a flurry of executive orders without ever having to deal with what surely would have been rapid-fire antagonism from the man whose legacy he was dismantling. …
But even if the strategy would have remained the same, Biden’s team also concedes that the absence of Trump and his Twitter feed has been a pleasant addition to the job it’s doing. …”
The social media monopolies should be broken up or nationalized.
The wealth of billionaires should be confiscated and redistributed to the public.
There should also be a wealth cap to crush the oligarchy and eliminate their ability to corrupt our elections. More people than ever are waking up and realizing how the ruling class has its thumb on the scale. The system has been rigged to the advantage of a small group of political and economic elites.