A Democrat Congressman made a Freudian slip on live TV that he immediately regretted
Leftists know they can’t win the debate when the facts are laid bare.
So they do everything in their power to silence their political opponents.
And one Democrat Congressman gave a live TV interview that revealed his future plans.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai testified in front of Congress this week about claims that Google and other tech giants manipulate their algorithms to censor conservatives.
Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) lobbed softball questions, trying to “prove” otherwise.
And after the hearings, he went on CNN to give an interview that he immediately regretted.
Lieu said, “I would love to be able to regulate the content of speech.”
He expressed regret that the First Amendment prevents him from doing so.
Often when politicians do interviews with “friendly” media they let their true views slip.
Rep. Lieu wants nothing less than to erase the First Amendment so he can force his political opponents into silence.
Rep. Lieu is one of President Trump’s most vocal critics in the U.S. House.
His end goal is to impeach Trump.
Shredding the First Amendment would allow him to push for impeachment without having to answer to opposition.
You can watch the interview below:
As we previously reported, Google circulated an internal memo calling itself “The Good Censor.”
The memo proclaims the First Amendment, “is no longer viable in the age of Donald Trump.”
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