Trump Says Social Networks Discriminate Against Conservative Media
WASHINGTON – August 21, 2018
One of Donald Trump’s latest tweets states that most influential social networks are oriented toward discrimination against conservative or Republican media. The president stated his administration would do everything it could to stop it now, and prevent it from happening again in the future.
The first amendment specifically states:
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof, or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances”.
The president is correct in his assessment: the situation regarding freedom of speech in the U.S. (protected by the First Amendment of the American Constitution) is far from ideal. USA REALLY accounts have been blocked on Facebook, Twitter and other valuable social networks numerous times without reason or warning..
A few months ago our news agency called on subscribers to support true American values:
“Since the test start of our project, it has become clear, that in the US there is no longer any real freedom of the press. We tried to tell the simple truth to our subscribers, but all of our attempts to grow have been blocked by Facebook, Twitter, and others social media outlets for absolutely no reason apart from the fact that the views we have expressed do not align with that of America's corrupt, corporate media.
All of the peaceful actions in Washington, which our team at USA Really have planned for people, have been banned. But real American alternative media haven't given up, because we are honest and brave…”
Moreover, as it is well known, it is not conservative, but liberal media, which is spreading hatred, fake news, misinformation and censorship, yet – they are not banned or warned about their behavior. Mr. Trump has stated that those news agencies are “fake” for many times.
Thus, USA Really fully supports Trump’s statement and his intentions to stop attack on the freedom of speech in the U.S.