• @madpatriot4608 on March 18, 2024

    I asked our citizens what do you expect from our corrupt SCOTUS,the court will side with the government

  • @geofferyromany4634 on March 18, 2024

    The outcome of these cases affect the world.. this should not be the case but unfortunately it is true.

  • @joeo7693 on March 18, 2024

    So SCOTUS doesn't understand the Owners of Big Tech companies have political agendas?!!

  • @CutestPuppiesWestieRatTerrier on March 18, 2024

    If the government tells you to do something or even suggest that you do something you do it you don't say no to the government!!! The government should never ever be saying anything to anybody about doing anything!!!

  • @Broney-tw3vy on March 18, 2024

    Ketanji voiced serious concern at the possibility of the government not being able to suppress speech through partnering with social media. So…lefties, there goes your 1st amendment rights too.

    Maybe start playing the long game.

  • @Tillyduck on March 18, 2024

    Social media censors our opinions and views, but allow the media to spread lies and BS – not sure this country is running on the right lane.

  • @XiaoPP1 on March 18, 2024

    Facebook sure censored many during covid.

  • @ThomasWright-jw6eo on March 18, 2024

    A news source that actually discusses the facts of the case and opinions of the judges instead having useless politic pundits give their hot air opinions! heresy I tell you, heresy!

  • @Gunnarr123abc on March 18, 2024

    only 5/9 comments are shown. Just more proof that Google is also censoring en-masse

  • @microbell9561 on March 18, 2024

    Hahahah..Fox. You people need to get the news from a REAL network that has actual journalist's on it! You also could use a lesson on what the first amendment covers and from who, what and where. Social media companies like Facebook, Twitter, Twitch…etc are privately held companies and corporations that are NOT required to afford a user a first amendment right. They operate under their own rules and are NOT a government agency hence your first amendment rights are NOT guaranteed when posting on it. Plain simple meaning………..They every right to remove or prevent the lies you Trumplican maggots try to post on them.

  • @MyrLin8 on March 18, 2024

    whether they are 'compelling' or simply informing means nothing, freedom of speech means freedom of speech. no winking or head nodding. there is no emergency clause in the bill of rights.

  • @tyhggb on March 18, 2024

    The supreme court is garbage now, thanks so much for letting a complete POS put three justices in.

  • @cpaul9269 on March 18, 2024

    These are environments citizens are not required to participate in, first off – it's the same as going to a movie theater. However, when someone yells, "fire," in that crowded theater (without a fire), the government is fully justified in taking action. It's the same with social media. When someone on social media encourages people to drink bleach, e.g., as a way to combat COVID, which is clearly untrue and far more dangerous than COVID itself, then the government is fully justified in taking action at the very least to discourage it, if not coerce or even force it to be removed, as it is now a threat to the others there, and infringes on THEIR rights. What is NOT being addressed in this content, is that nothing the government was referring to was actually correct – everything was disinformation, and dangerous. REALLY important details, there, guys…………….

  • @damham5689 on March 19, 2024

    Trump administration also did it.
    Business Insider
    The Trump administration told Facebook and Twitter to remove posts that call for tearing down statues
    Aaron Holmes Jun 26, 2020,

    "Department of Homeland Security Acting Secretary Chad Wolf sent letters to companies including Apple, Facebook, Google, Twitter, and Snapchat Friday. They claim that social media sites have enabled "burglary, arson, aggravated assault, rioting, looting, and defacing public property," according to copies of the letters obtained by Business Insider.

    "It is up to you to decide how to handle content on your platforms. I hope you will do your
    part in countering the misuse of your platforms to promote, incite, and coordinate criminal activity
    that threatens the security of all Americans," Wolf wrote in a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg."