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HAMMERFALL as Gov. DeSantis signs bill to curb Big Tech power [Video]

This is the first time I have seen a politician draw an honest standing ovation since Donald Trump’s rallies.

The Next News Network broadcast a video of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis as he signed a bill limiting the reach of Big Tech media companies against Floridian residents. This is one of the first new laws in the United States that takes Big Tech to task in any useful and provocative way. One aspect of the bill imposes $250,000 per day fines if a Big Tech company blocks a political candidate’s social media presence.

A reporter asked a question that probably tipped off the crowd, asking if this law was made for the benefit of President Trump, who now lives in Florida, and who was deplatformed while in office toward the end of his first term.

Governor DeSantis’s response not only put the reporter in her place, it literally caused a standing ovation. Watch [If you want to go straight to this moment, go to [02:29] in the video if this link below fails to actually begin to play from that point:

This is one of an increasing number of signs I have been tracking that show that conservative, or just plain “normal” America, is standing and fighting back against the coup d’etat that took place in November, 2020.

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Patricia Tursi
Patricia Tursi
May 25, 2021
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De Santis for President!

Robert
Robert
May 25, 2021

Water under the bridge… The anti-Trump faction of the “deep state” has already accomplished what it wanted, and DeSantis is now free to sign any bill he pleases. And the shallow American voting sheeple – just like fans of any opposing sport teams – will continue to “feel” happy or unhappy about the “election” outcome, as if that one mattered an iota…

Tjoes
Tjoes
Reply to  Robert
May 26, 2021

Yea but electing trump showed that these same people, with the WTC tower demolition in their history, couldn’t and didn’t get Hilda elected, although hey promised it to her for her help as NY Senator….and planning while we watched the horn dog hubby outed.

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  Tjoes
May 26, 2021

It’s not that they couldn’t get Hilda elected, it’s that they made the fatal mistake of overestimating their own strategy. By 24/7, wall-to-wall, non-stop anti-Trump smear campaigns, they assumed they had dotted every i and crossed every t and indeed succeeded in creating a pandemic of Trump Derangement Syndrome, but where they erred was that they seemed unaware of the basic concept of the swinging pendulum. Everything pushed to the EXTREME automatically causes an equal counter response. While Dems were driven to Trump hate madness, others were driven to defend their victim, and some with equal passion.

Tjoes
Tjoes
May 26, 2021

New laws should be passed that break up the monopolys that have developed. Big tech has chosen to abandon their “platform” status and become publishers with extreme prejudice.

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  Tjoes
May 26, 2021

There is nothing wrong with being a publisher in and by itself. What’s wrong with Big Tech is that they have become the representatives of an evil empire building political agenda, and use powers of censorship in violation of the US Constitution and our rights to free speech. They have turned the US into a so-called “shit-hole country” ruled by an unelected criminal cabal which cannot be held accountable as law and order are no longer respected.

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