The same as Trump, DeSantis isn’t pulling any punches. He constantly clashed with the agents of the medical bureaucracy of coronavirus poly, standing up to the Critical Race Theory peddlers, and recreating Florida armed force; now DeSantis takes on Big Tech, classifying them as the censorship arm of the DNC.
DeSantis shared this incredible tweet:
‘’Big Tech has become the censorship arm of the Democratic Party and political left, silencing and de-platforming anyone who rejects the chosen left-wing narrative.
Silicon Valley oligarchs shouldn’t be the arbiters of free speech in our country. We must fight back!
You can read from the tweet, DeSantis replied to a Heritage Foundation video where Kara Fredrick, a research fellow at the Heritage Foundation, testifies at the House Energy and Commerce Committee, Communication and Technology Subcommittee hearing. She was describing the tremendous disparity censored by the Big Tech Masters of the Universe and said that FB censors the right-leaning content.
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DeSantis highlighted the concerns. Americans just like DeSantis have had enough from the Big Tech tyrants.
However, not like the rest of his GOP colleagues, DeSantis didn’t limit his harsh words. He attacked the Big Tech, and he signed a bill into law in May, giving the citizens the right to strike back at BigTech when being censored unfairly.
In that time, the New York Post reported:
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill on Monday that would allow individuals to sue social media platforms if they are “unfairly censored,” and penalize Big Tech companies that de-platform political candidates in the state — aiming to stifle the mammoth corporations’ attempts to “discriminate in favor of the dominant ideology in Silicon Valley.”
The bill would allow for the Florida Election Commission to slam a $250,000 fine per day on social media companies that de-platform any candidate running for statewide office and $25,000 per day for candidates running for non-statewide office.
The legislation — which is slated to take effect on July 1 — would also require companies to give a 30-day warning period before a user is removed and would require companies to publish their standards for blocking and removing users and their content.