Even though gun rights are non-negotiable, according to the U.S. Constitution, Biden plans to kill two birds with one stone by creating a new internet task force to police digital content that might lead to "harassment and violence against women." Those found "guilty" of engaging in this type of wrong-speech online would then face the firing line of Biden's internet Gestapo, the job of which would be to strip violators of their right to bear arms.
Biden's task force would admittedly merge federal agencies together with law enforcement, along with "state leaders, advocates, and technology experts," to bring about a China-style censorship system capable of rooting out all forms of speech and thought that Biden alleges are linked to violent gun crimes.
"The idea is to ... put more pressure on tech companies behind social networks to step up content policing by means of increased 'accountability' (i.e. censorship) and transparency in reporting and responding to instances of harassment (that may or may not be linked to consequences like mass shootings)," writes Didi Rankovic for Reclaim the Net.
"The Biden campaign document makes a point of gun violence playing a prominent role in domestic violence (both referred to as 'epidemics') that are interconnected and must be treated as such."
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The section of Biden's gun control manifesto that deals with "rampant" online harassment also goes to great lengths to include as many buzzwords as possible to encompass pretty much any type of speech that the left finds offensive or threatening.
This all-inclusive language would cast an extremely wide net over all sorts of content that, should the manifesto actually get put into practice under a hypothetical Biden presidency, would lead to the total elimination of free speech online.
"At times, the section reads like an attempt to throw in as many keywords as possible, and so revenge porn and deepfakes also make it to the list of possible, to be studied under Biden's presidency, causes behind mass shootings," Rankovic notes.
"The task force would be expected to produce recommendations and 'cutting-edge strategies' given to institutions, social media, federal and state governments (presumably, if a link is found during the research period) on what to do about it."
Again, thankfully, it does not appear that Biden's alleged "victory" will last for too much longer, meaning that hopefully none of this will ever become a reality. At this point, the Biden campaign is grasping at straws to maintain the illusion that its candidate "won," when reality increasingly suggests otherwise.
"If [Biden] wants to crack down on harassment, he should start by turning himself and his son (Hunter) in to the authorities for their sexual harassment and pedophile activities," wrote one Reclaim the Net commenter, of course referring to the Huntergate scandal that the mainstream media patently ignored.
"Google and the moderators of Democrat sites are already doing that," wrote another about how most of the major Big Tech platforms are already censoring content of which their controllers disapprove.
"Google needs to be taken out of service and replaced with something fair and honest."
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