Trump met with Jack Dorsey & other Twitter executives. Trump has more power than anyone else to break the social media censorship but the matter has already been decided by a Supreme Court decision — if the DOJ will use it.
The issue of freedom of speech on social media can be resolved by simply upholding the Supreme Court’s 1946 Marsh v Alabama ruling, where they concluded that a community of citizens’ fundamental rights can’t be restricted in a privately-owned public square.
Dorsey even referred to Twitter as a “public square” five times during Congressional testimony last year.
We'll see@Jack said it's a "public square" 5x's on Capitol Hill yesterday
SCOTUS 1946 decision (Marsh v. Alabama) says people can't be banned from public square even if it's privately owned https://t.co/pLUERyJlbx
— David Knight (@libertytarian) September 7, 2018
Watch lawyer Robert Barnes explain Marsh v Alabama:
Robert Barnes talks about GOP siding with Big Tech: