GOP: Corporations Are People, Redux

It’s a banner day in Floriduh:

In nod to Trump, Florida is set to ban ‘deplatforming’ by tech companies

Florida is on track to be the first state in the nation to punish social media companies that ban politicians like former President Donald Trump under a bill approved Thursday by the state’s Republican-led Legislature.

Gov. Ron DeSantis, a Republican and close Trump ally who called for the bill’s passage, is expected to sign the legislation into law, but the proposal appears destined to be challenged in court after a tech industry trade group called it a violation of the First Amendment speech rights of corporations.

I swear just a couple of articles ago the GQP were screaming something about totalitarian commies.

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7 Responses to GOP: Corporations Are People, Redux

  1. “Freeze Peach for ME, not for Thee!”

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  2. Lest we forget, “Corporations are people, my friends.”

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  3. Redhand says:

    So, in Flor-a-duh, I guess it’s A-OK to run terrorist sites online, because “Freedumb!” DeSantis is quite the shitheel, IMHO.

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  4. Confused Democrat says:

    Wait, so are we supposed to switch sides and cheer for the corporations as people now?!?!

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  5. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    How will they enforce this stupid law? I can see big tech firms abandoning Florida if this shit continues.


    • R White says:

      They won’t. This asinine law and others like it are merely a jobs program for their lawyer friends to charge astronomical hourly fees.

      Besides, any company that hopes to be around in 15-20 years would be smart to leave flor-a-duh as it will no doubt have portions underwater.

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