Freedom and censorship in America: A feature interview with Ben Weingarten

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In a tumultuous era of political polarization and pandemic-induced restrictions, the issues surrounding freedom and censorship in America have become ever more critical.

While Canada has seen its own share of challenges during the pandemic, it pales in comparison to the gravity of America's situation.

Even with all its flaws, the American system offers some checks and balances, allowing for challenges to out-of-control government policies, unlike the Canadian model. Today, we delve into the American crisis with Ben Weingarten, Senior Contributor to The Federalist and columnist at Newsweek.

The landmark case of Missouri v. Biden unveils the greatest censorship regime in history, orchestrated by the federal government and third-party organizations.

Through coordinated efforts, they surveilled, censored, and silenced millions of Americans' content, from political opinions to inconvenient facts.

This regime sought to stifle discussions on topics ranging from Hunter Biden's laptop to the validity of election outcomes and Covid-19 origins.

The case's recent ruling highlights a First Amendment violation of historic proportions, freezing government-led speech policing and defending freedom of expression.

While America grapples with this crisis, other countries have faced similar censorship challenges. For instance, Canada's government required media outlets to obtain journalistic licenses, rekindling memories of oppressive regimes that controlled typewriters to quash dissident voices.

However, the lack of a First Amendment renders Canada's fight for freedom an uphill battle.

One exemplary congressman fighting for liberty is Thomas Massie from Kentucky. With his master's degree in science and old-school values, Massie champions free speech and opposes government encroachment. His exposure of Ray Epps, caught on video exhorting people to storm the Capitol during the January 6 incident, raises serious questions.

The FBI most wanted poster featuring Epps remains unfulfilled, and Massie's inquiry into the government's role in the riot adds to the complexity of the case.

Epps' subsequent defamation lawsuit against Tucker Carlson and Fox News for echoing Massie's concerns highlights the need for clarity. His alleged involvement in inciting the January 6 attacks remains questionable, but the lawsuit calls for a thorough investigation to shed light on the issue.

As America grapples with its censorship crisis and defends its First Amendment, the world watches closely. The fight for free speech has global implications, and America's role as a champion of liberty cannot be underestimated. While challenges persist, the hope is that the American system will rise to the occasion and defend the sacred values that inspired its founding.

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