Wednesday on MSNBC’s The ReidOut, failed presidential candidate and radical socialist Sen. Elizabeth Warren reacted to Facebook’s decision not to reinstate former President Donald Trump’s account, saying Facebook is more powerful than the government and that we should implement “government regulations that really go to the question of making sure that we have an opportunity in this country to have a democracy that functions, and that we can actually hear the truth for people.”
Warren said, “I am really glad that I don’t have to get up every morning and wonder what Donald Trump has tweeted when most people were asleep.”
Of course she is glad. The combative Trump drove the left crazy with his Twitter account and that is why they decided to silence him on social media.
“But that’s not the issue here,” Warren continued. “The issue is that we now have this corporation that is so giant, that is so powerful, it even names its review board the ‘supreme court.’ Are you kidding me? No — these are not folks who are somehow confirmed by Congress. These are not people who were elected by the public. These are not people who you even know what their names are. This means we’ve got a corporation more powerful than government.”
For big-government totalitarians like Warren, nothing and no one should be more powerful than government.
“And there are two things we need to do about that,” she added. “The first one is, we need to break up corporations of that size. We need to break them up so we get more competition in business and we need to break them up because they exercise too much political power. Then part two is we need to actually put in some government regulations that protect us, government regulations that really go to the question of making sure that we have an opportunity in this country to have a democracy that functions, and that we can actually hear the truth for people.”
While Facebook and other Big Tech giants do indeed have too much power, who does Warren believe should decide what “truth” people hear? Why, the government, of course — at least, a Democrat-controlled government.