Gov. DeSantis of Florida Announces a “Full-Blown Investigation” into Facebook’s Illegal Election Meddling

Gov. DeSantis stated, “It’s no secret that Big Tech censors have long enforced their own regulations inconsistently.”

“If the current report is accurate, Facebook has broken Florida law by putting its thumb on the scale in a number of state and local elections. Floridians have a right to know how much this corporate behemoth has swayed our state’s elections. That is why I have directed Secretary Lee to use all lawful tools at his disposal to investigate election law violations in Florida. The idea of Facebook secretly influencing elections is an affront to our republic’s founding ideals. Whether Silicon Valley approves or not, we the people have the right to choose our representatives.”

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In a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry,

According to Insiderpaper.com, internal documents obtained by the Wall Street Journal demonstrate Facebook’s terrible double standard toward its users. While the majority of people are vulnerable to arbitrary censorship at the hands of so-called fact-checkers, Facebook allows a small number of users to ignore the platform’s own community standards without fear of repercussions.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Facebook has created a privileged class of speakers and given them carte blanche to sway our elections. Even more concerning, Facebook’s “whitelist” of elite users is said to have been hand-picked by the company behind closed doors.

Floridians deserve to know that their elections are free of Big Tech meddling, and companies like Facebook should be held accountable for activities that undermine our institutions’ validity.

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Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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