Worth reading from the Wall Street Journal: The evening of September 4th, the sometimes left-leaning Wall Street Journal published an editorial titled Facebook’s Rittenhouse Mistake. It is a great assessment of why Facebook’s (and other social media platforms’) censorship and manipulation of news feeds are antithetical to ensuring a fair hearing for the accused. It’s unAmerican, it’s unethical, and it’s irresponsible. Our constitutional freedoms are absolutely at stake and the treatment of Rittenhouse may very well be a harbinger of our future under democrat leadership.
WSJ: “This is an alarming resort to censorship on an issue of public concern by a company that has advertised its support for First Amendment values. Even more than most political controls on content, this blackout is troubling because it seems targeted at users’ expectation of freedom of speech and Mr. Rittenhouse’s right to due process.”
Thank you WSJ Editorial Board for sharing this viewpoint. (Click here to read the article.)
Worth reading on LemmingJuice.com:
—Morning Consult: Wonder why Americans don’t trust the media? – 30% of Americans trust political news, poll says. Americans’ trust in media sources continue to decline across all new sources.
—Pelosi says: ‘Not wearing a mask is selfish act!’ – WHOOPS! – Speaker Pelosi’s hypocrisy allows her to have services that the general population is being denied. Most importantly, includes a list of quotes from the Speaker on mask wearing that preaching what she is not practicing.
—C’mon Man, Cut Biden some Slack; Plagiarism is not the issue – Overview of Biden’s plagiarism history, linked to more detailed sources, that discusses how plagiarism is a sign of a deeper lack of qualification to serve as President of the United States.