Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) slammed New York Times editor Sarah Jeong, contending that she and the left “sold out” to Big Tech and that she neglected to mention that her key “expert” is “paid by Google.”
Controversial Times editor Jeong wrote an op-ed Friday, claiming that, under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA), social media companies such as Facebook, Google, and Twitter have no legal obligation to serve as neutral platforms and they can discriminate against political views, including conservative viewpoints.
Jeong also claimed that Sen. Ted Cruz was wrong to say that the “predicate for Section 230 immunity under the CDA is that you’re a neutral public forum.”
…and the Tech Giants have, themselves, sold out to China.
When you hire H1B Visas to replace American professionals, you just showed your treason on your corporate ledger.