“We’re Not Going To Be Silenced” Trump Vows To Explore Regulatory Solutions To Mass Social Media Censorship

(Tea Party PAC) – On Thursday, President Trump hosted several conservative groups and individuals at an important White House summit on social media bias and censorship.

This is a pressing issue that is affecting countless individuals, news outlets, and political and religious organizations, and we’re quite pleased to see POTUS follow through on his promise to take it seriously.

Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO), an outspoken critic of the bias of social media who recently introduced a bill to curb censorship of conservatives at the hands of Silicon Valley tech giants, also attended.

As could have been expected, the mainstream media did what they could to slander the figures present at the summit.

The Gateway Pundit, whose own Jim Hoft was in attendance, noted:

CNN and MSNBC weren’t happy about The Gateway Pundit’s invitation to the White House and went on the attack.

The same fake news outlets who peddled the Russian collusion hoax for over two years is complaining about conservatives meeting at the White House with President Trump to discuss the blatant social media bias against Trump supporters.

CNN’s ratings are in a death spiral because more and more Americans are realizing they are fake news propaganda.

President Trump assured conservatives on Thursday, “we’re not going to be silenced.”

The President announced his administration will be exploring regulatory solutions to address the shadow banning and banning of conservatives.

“Today I am directing my administration to explore all regulatory and legislative solutions to protect free speech and the free speech rights of all Americans,” Trump said. “We hope to see transparency, more accountability, and more freedom.”

The president was clear he wants to see free speech for all Americans protected, even those on the other side of the aisle.

He said that, no matter “what side” you’re on, your voice deserves to be heard.

He is of course absolutely correct. There’s only one side of the aisle on which you’ll find this cause championed, however, and it’s his.

“Big tech must not censor the voices of the American people,” Trump added, then thanking everyone who had been in attendance.

In 2016, conservatives successfully employed social media to get the truth out when the mainstream media was interested in anything but.

However, in 2017 and 2018, Twitter and Facebook have gone on the offensive, slashing accounts, reach, and posts of conservatives to combat our success in 2016.

This handful of Big Tech elitists is able to curate and control the information the American people see.