President Trump’s initiative to file a class-action lawsuit against Facebook, Twitter, and Google has been long coming.
The graph below was from a poll conducted by SurveyMonkey in early 2019 on behalf of Business Insider (< paywall ink) (< not a paywall link).
That’s 2 years ago.
Seems the CEOs of all 3 companies could not care less about user satisfaction but are highly concerned about controlling the very same narrative.
That action alone indicates all 3 are puppets beholding to a voice that can dictate what and – and shouldn’t – do.
Keyword being ‘shouldn’t’ meaning they had an option but took the lesser road? sold their souls for the lust of money and power?
Whatever the case (and we will know soon enough the way things have been rolling against them), listening to the wrong voice has found them named as well in the class-action lawsuit which is NOT looking for a settlement but is demanding an end to the shadow-banning, a stop to the silencing, and a stop to the blacklisting, banishing, and canceling.
John Coale, the lead lawyer in the Trump social media lawsuit, noted in an interview after Trump’s announcement,
We will also be filing, in a day or two, a motion for a preliminary injunction- which means we will hopefully get the court to order the platforms to put back, not only Donald Trump but the people they’ve taken down…
Of course, the naysayers are already saying the lawsuit will be DOA once arriving at the Judge’s bench — making their bias as well as their ignorance of Trump’s past battles quite obvious.
They never learn…
Trump ALWAYS assesses such bib moves and he has only one question, “Can I win this one?”
And history shows he has won way more often than he’s given credit by his haters and doubters.
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