VIDEO: Democrat State Rep John Bucy Promising Censorship Legislation
Says he talks to Facebook and Google "all the time"
For Democrats, censorship doesn’t actually mean protecting people from “misinformation,” it means protecting people from information that goes against the globalist narrative.
In an undercover camera recording, Democrat State Rep John Bucy, says he talks to tech companies “all the time” and will continue “riding them” about censorship type policies. He also says he will look at legistlation regarding censorship.
It should come as no surprise that Democrats like Bucy have a good relationship with tech companies considering all these tech companies do is censor Republicans and their efforts.
The Republican National Committee (RNC) has filed a lawsuit against Google in a U.S. district court in California for allegedly putting its campaign emails in the spam folders of its millions of users.
The lawsuit alleges that Google "has relegated millions of RNC emails en masse to potential donors’ and supporters’ spam folders during pivotal points in election fundraising and community building."
"The timing of Google’s most egregious filtering is particularly damning," the RNC asserts.
"For most of each month, nearly all of the RNC’s emails make it into users’ inboxes. At approximately the same time at the end of each month, Google sends to spam nearly all of the RNC’s emails. Critically, and suspiciously, this end of the month period is historically when the RNC’s fundraising is most successful."
Bucy, who is up for reelection this Nov 8, has been in his position for 3 years.
Bucy has also sponsored legislation related to health and putting muzzles on kids, specifically with HB227:
The irony of course here being that Bucy wants to mask your kids for their health but looks like this:
Where as Bucy’s opponent, Republican Michelle Evans, doesn’t want to mask your kids, and also looks like a total babe:
We’ve reached out to Rep. Bucy’s office to confirm he’s up to date on all of his booster shots. We will update when we receive a response.
Early voting is going on this week, with election day on November 8th.