Dana Loesch: Twitter and Facebook Are Not Helping Themselves at All with Their Behavior

‘I don’t want the government to regulate things but however they’re not helping themselves at all with the behavior and the way they’re answering some of the questions’

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LOESCH: “This is ultimately the thing that separates Twitter and Facebook and other platforms being considered publishers, and with that all the liability that publishers have. If they are just the public square with no political animus, and they are not incorporating bias the way they operate or how they select certain tweets or certain posts to appear, like, coming from the waterspout, then that is one thing, that is the forum but if they’re considered a publisher, imagine the liability that they might assume in that case. And I don’t know how any platform could continue to operate under such liability. And that's the big question that some of these senators are raising. I have to say, you know these social media platforms, I’m a small government person, I don’t want the government to regulate things but however they’re not helping themselves at all with their behavior and the way they’re answering some of the questions."

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