Social media has persistently been using it’s position to censor and suppress conservative voices and viewpoints. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham plans to do something about it.
Graham addressed the crisis while giving a speech at CPAC. He declared that the Senate Judiciary Committee would begin an investigation under his guidance.
“The bottom line is social media companies have got a lot of power, they’re pretty unregulated, and we’re going to take a long hard look at that because I’m the chairman,” Graham said.
Graham isn’t alone in the Committee wanted to see justice for conservative accounts. Sen. Marsha Blackburn and Sen. Josh Hawley have both expressed their disdain with rampant censorship on Facebook, Google and Twitter.
With recent suppression of an Alex Jones & Joe Rogan video on Youtube (which is owned by Google) and a former Facebook employee coming forward about such practices, it high time someone held the liberal media accountable.