President Donald Trump believes that the Senate wasted an opportunity “to get rid of Section 230, which gives unlimited power to Big Tech companies,” to block free speech by censoring users.

After President Trump vetoed a bill for not dismantling Section 230, the Senate voted to override that veto, prompting the president to mention it in one of his Jan. 1 tweets. 

“Our Republican Senate just missed the opportunity to get rid of Section 230, which gives unlimited power to Big Tech companies. Pathetic!!!” he disapproved.

He added, “Now they want to give people ravaged by the China Virus $600, rather than the $2000 which they so desperately need. Not fair, or smart!.”

The president vetoed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) because it did not meet the requirements he deemed beneficial to citizens, such as the repeal of Section 230.

He also opposed the renaming of military bases that were named after historic Confederate personalities.

Trump actively worked to enable Americans to receive $2,000 for each adult and $600 for each child in compensation for the economic disaster caused by the effects of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus.

He has also sought to assure Americans that their complaints about the constant censorship of large social networks would be addressed, but the Senate did not support this work by President Trump.

“Moreover, Congress has promised that Section 230, which so unfairly benefits Big Tech at the expense of the American people, will be reviewed and either terminated or substantially reformed,” Trump had announced in a Dec. 27 White House statement

The censorship imposed by Twitter and Facebook substantially affects the free expression of citizens who do not follow the leftist narrative, and seeks to advance the unpopular policies of the Democrats, as expressed by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas). 

“Silicon Valley’s high-tech billionaires are constantly working to advance the interests of the Democratic Party while silencing those with whom they disagree,” Cruz said. 

He added, “And they do so while enjoying a special immunity from liability under Section 230, which effectively operates as a massive corporate welfare.”