From the New York Post (Biden accuses Facebook of ‘killing people’ amid censorship, July 16, 2021):
President Biden on Friday accused Facebook of “killing people,” just after White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the Biden administration is “in regular touch” with the platform to ensure correct “narratives” are promoted — elaborating on her Thursday admission that the White House is “flagging problematic posts” to censor.
Biden was asked about his message for platforms like Facebook as he departed the White House on Friday afternoon for a weekend trip to Camp David.
“They’re killing people. The only pandemic we have is among the unvaccinated. And they’re killing people,” Biden said.
There’s a reason why there is a separation of powers. If a party is actually causing harm to another party the recourse is the judicial system.
For the Executive branch (or the Legislative branch) to decide that a party is causing harm to another party and to act as a super-judiciary, to take it on their own to decide offense, guilt, and recourse, is to violate the Constitutional separation of powers and act unlawfully.
The entire Leftist project is by it’s nature based on this super-judicial violation of the constitutional separation of powers and has been the unspoken motus operandi that created, made and sustains the administrative state. It’s time to properly identify it and call it out. The slippery slope has taken us too far. It is taking us back to pre-constitutional times.
If the Biden administration thinks a party is causing harm to another party they have to turn to the courts of law and actual law that deals with harms. To do otherwise is to assume powers they do not have and to make of themselves the actual danger to society.
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