Jen O’Malley, Biden’s campaign manager, sent a letter to the CEO of Facebook on Sept. 28, seriously questioning why it continues to allow President Trump to post ads alerting fans to the dangers of mail-in ballots, Breitbart reported.
O’Malley, convinced or perhaps blind to the facts that are periodically reported about mail-ballot fraud, vies with Facebook for not removing or censoring certain postings in the three-page letter.
She expressed concern that the president encourages his followers and potential recipients of his ads to vote in person or, even if they vote by mail, to go to the polling place to verify that their vote has been counted.
Biden’s campaign manager reminded Facebook of its commitment to “ban content that misinforms the public about voting methods and clears up confusion about how elections work,” apparently aimed at contradicting the factual information that voting by mail is susceptible to fraud.
President Trump began using his social media to warn of the potential disaster that could result from a mass vote by mail, an idea that emerged in the pandemic context for more than one reason.
Since then, Democrats have been pushing the idea even harder in collaboration with their mainstream media allies, casting serious doubts about their intentions.
In her letter, O’Malley points to a video of the President’s son, Donald Trump Jr., asking his father’s supporters to “enlist” in an “army” to safeguard the elections.
Trump Jr. explains that the radical left will try to win the election by adding millions of fraudulent mail-in ballots and asking everyone who can [to] join a team to watch over the election’s security.
“No company that considers itself a force for good in democracy, and that purports to take voter suppression seriously, would allow this dangerous claptrap to be spread to millions of people. Removing this video should have been the easiest of easy calls under your policies, yet it remains up today,” Biden’s campaign manager downloaded.
Beyond O’Malley’s calls for censorship, Facebook, Google, and Twitter have been behaving like the arbiters of truth and have been intensely censoring conservative voices or Trump followers in various ways without consequence.
Project Veritas yesterday released two parts of a report that reveals Democratic agents working for Minnesota Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, using various methods to manipulate election results in her district. The Minnesota Police Department announced that it is investigating the events.
In early September, the Senate Judiciary Committee introduced a bill to amend Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which currently protects social media from potential censorship lawsuits.
As requested by the President in his memorandum, the Department of Justice also introduced legislation to reform that section.
However, despite criticism from Republicans and hearings on the issue, freedom of speech has yet to bear fruit.