BREAKING: Supreme Court NAILS Facebook – Zuck Is Stunned

The U.S. Supreme Court just completely nailed Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg is stunned — he never expected his power to be questioned.

“We will soon have no choice but to address how our legal doctrines apply to highly concentrated, privately owned information infrastructure such as digital platforms,” wrote Justice Clarence Thomas.

It was even more important that he wrote this in the Supreme Court opinion that addressed Twitter’s censoring and eventual banning of President Donald Trump from the entire platform.

“The disparity between Twitter’s control and Mr. Trump’s control is stark, to say the least,” noted Thomas. While Trump “blocked several people from interacting with his messages,” Twitter’s action was far more drastic — ultimately “barring all Twitter users from interacting with his messages.”

Confronting this issue is unavoidable and it simply underscores why Trump and many other conservatives have pushed for the repeal of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.

Section 230 shields social media companies “from civil liabilities … that remove or restrict content from their services.” In short, so-called “information services providers” cannot be treated like publishers.

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15 Responses

  1. I do not think that the modern Supreme Court is capable of even minimally effective measures against usurpers; with the exception of the only honest and courageous judge – Clarence Thomas, who continues to fight against injustice alone. The rest of the judges hide under their chairs so that they are not noticed.

    1. John Roberts is the worst Supreme Court Chief Justice in the modern era. No one has dodged addressing key & critical issues the severely impact the intent of the US Constitution,our individual freedoms & the credibility of the US Judicial system. Kavanaugh has fallen under the sway of Kagan and Roberts is a closet liberal. America can do better!!🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

    2. I agree. Chief Justice Roberts along with the new appointees are afraid of the Congressional radicals or are hypocrites based on their confirmation testimony.

  2. I think we have 8 pretty good supreme court justices that all voted that every member of congress that swore an oath of honor to defend the responsible American citizens federally protected 54 guaranteed rights of freedom from any domestic anti American oath violating communists in the government that illegally infringes upon any of them should br handcuffed and hauled off to jail that is after a fast trial and sentencing for felony civil rights violations this is a free constitutional republic not a bankrupt communist democracy

  3. Where is Amy Barrett. We Republicans and President Trump fought for her
    She is very ungrateful to her supporters.

      1. Like so many others who claim to be fair an honest as well as unbiased, much of the supreme court seems to have caved to the demands of the corrupt left and abandoned the rest of us.

  4. Justice Thomas seems to be the only Justice with a backbone and a love for the Constitution of the United States. Bless you Justice Thomas. Keep up the good work and hopefully the rest of our Supreme Court will remember the oath they took and live up to it and not fall for the leftist ideals.

  5. Clarence Thomas is the best Judge on the Supreme Court. Judge Thomas is among some of the finest judges to sit on the U.S. Supreme Court in my humble opinion. He states his summaries well and they have all been excellent. God bless Judge Thomas and I pray he will serve on the Supreme Court for us for as long as he can. We need a judge who knows the law and does not bow down to the Democratic party people. The judges work is the most important in our country as they stand for the law not for individual people’s desires.

  6. Money corrupts! Thomas to the only Honorable SCOTUS. roberts will step down because of his connections and travel with epstein.

  7. I have a legal question, which stems from the actions of CJ Roberts, following the precedent of Holmes and Hughes et al when confronted by FDR’s threat of Court packing; doesn’t the Chief Justice in an enlarged Court have the right and obligation to name panels to hear cases? A three Judge panel (with Alito and Thomas as members) would ensure the Constitution would be given proper consideration. This is an available tactic in the USCA cases. Why not for SCOTUS?
    Warren Sullivan

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