There is a simple, powerful way that President Trump can end Big Tech’s evil censorship with a single signature. It requires no act of Congress, no regulatory action and no criminal prosecution (although, at this point, it seems that criminally prosecuting Google for election meddling would be justified as a separate action).

The move requires nothing more than Trump’s signature on an executive order that cancels and prohibits all federal contracts with large-scale internet platforms that refuse to protect the First Amendment rights of all Americans. In a single signature, President Trump could end all government contracts with Google, Twitter, YouTube, Apple and other dominant online platforms that are now maliciously de-platforming users for expressing conservative or Christian views.

The President, in fact, just issued a similar executive order demanding that universities respect free speech or find themselves terminated from all government grants. The strategy is aggressive and effective. Those universities which choose to engage in the un-American practice of suppressing speech for political reasons will quickly find themselves cut off from federal funds. Now, President Trump needs to direct the same tactic at the tech giants.

I explain how this would work in the video below:

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