Larry Kudlow Sends Message To White House Censorship, Saying “This Is A Free Country”

( )- Larry Kudlow, the popular Fox anchor and former Director of the National Economic Council in the Trump administration, penned a piece for Fox News recently coming out in support of the lawsuit filed by former President Donald Trump against Big Tech.

In the piece, Kudlow isn’t shy about coming out in support of Trump and his plan to stop social media platforms from reaping the benefits of government protection under Section 230 while also censoring conservatives or anyone who doesn’t share the Democrats’ radical opinion.

He said that former President Trump “was and is right. Period. Full stop.”

Kudlow acknowledged that Trump was his former boss but added that he doesn’t agree with him on everything, and didn’t even when he worked in his administration. He described how Trump would love a “good debate” on issues but said that his recent Wall Street Journal Piece, published on July 8, was absolutely on target.

He also referred to White House Press Secretary Ken Psaki’s recent comments during a press briefing about how the Biden administration is “flagging problematic posts for Facebook” that they claim spread “disinformation,” talking about how she effectively let the cat out of the bag. Psaki admitted that the government was using Big Tech and social media platforms to control the narrative on big issues, despite repeatedly claiming…that they don’t.

Kudlow argued that Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which provides liability protection to platforms over content posted by third parties, should be removed. He echoed Trump’s sentiment on the matter by describing how government agencies and Big Tech are “coordinating” to remove content from platforms that don’t agree with the information provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, meaning that private companies are doing the bidding of the government.

And that makes them government actors.

He describes how the Supreme Court has held that Co9ngress cannot use private companies to do things that are unconstitutional, and yet that happens every single day on social media.

So what does this mean? Well, it looks like Trump’s lawsuit is headed for victory, presuming it gets to the Supreme Court…and presuming President Joe Biden doesn’t pack the Supreme Court by then.