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Tucker Carlson excoriates Michael Steele over his warped interpretation of ‘free speech’

Fox News host Tucker Carlson opened Monday’s edition of “Tucker Carlson Tonight” with a focus on the “Twitter Files” revealed on Friday night, declaring that as a result, “the First Amendment has been violated more profoundly than at any time in our lives.” Carlson highlighted remarks from MSNBC contributor Michael Steele, who was, incredibly, once the chairman of the Republican National Committee — whoever facilitated that move should be identified and promptly removed from the party —  in furtherance of that claim. (Video: Fox News) “The main thing that we learned last Friday night with the release of those previously undisclosed documents from Twitter, is not that social media companies censor conservatives,” Carlson said to open the show. “Obviously, we knew that. No one’s surprised to have it confirmed. No one denied it in the first place. No.” “What we learned on Friday is that Big Tech works aggressively and in secret with government agencies to subvert the outcome of what the rest of us assumed were free and fair elections,” he continued. “During the 2020 election, Twitter did this with the help of the FBI, committing censorship on behalf of one candidate while working to hurt the other candidate. It is hard to imagine a more brazen attack on our democracy than this. This is not how our system is supposed to work. In fact, it’s illegal.” The Fox News host said that what Twitter did was “a violation of the First Amendment as well as of established campaign finance law,” considering their efforts were a contribution to the Biden campaign. He called attention to the legacy media ignoring the story entirely, running a clip of various Democratic water carriers on cable TV essential condoning “illegal censorship in a presidential campaign.” After suggesting that few rational people buy the

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Anthony Fauci Admits Daughter Worked for Twitter and He Spoke Directly to Zuckerberg During Censorship Deposition

Dr. Anthony Fauci feigned ignorance throughout his November 23 deposition as part of Louisiana and Missouri’s lawsuit against the Biden administration and federal officials, asserting that he is disassociated from social media. Yet, the public health official admitted he talked to Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg about pushing vaccines and noted that one of his daughters worked as a software engineer at Twitter.

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