(WASHINGTON TIMES) -- You know it’s getting thick when even Sen. Elizabeth Warren says Facebook and other social media are too censorious.
First, she took the mandatory shot at Donald Trump. “I’m glad that he’s not on Facebook,” the Massachusetts Democrat said of the ban on the former president upheld on May 5 by a Facebook appeals board. “I think that he poses a real danger.”
She went on: “But I don’t think that Facebook ought to have this kind of power. We need to break up these giant tech companies, and Facebook is one of them.”
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The socialist Sen. Warren sounded at times here like Adam Smith, or at least trust-buster Teddy Roosevelt. “They are crushing competition,” she said.