Elon Musk and Matt Taibbi’s First Amendment follies.

No, You Do Not Have a Constitutional Right to Post Hunter Biden’s Dick Pic on Twitter

Now if you are one of the normals—someone who would never think about posting another person’s penis on your social media account; has no desire to see politicians’ kids’ penises when scrolling social media; doesn’t understand why there are other people out there who care one way or another about the moderation policies surrounding stolen penis photos; or can’t even figure out what it is that I’m talking about—then this might seem like a gratuitous matter for an article. Sadly, it is not.

Because among Republican members of Congress, leading conservative media commentators, contrarian substackers, conservative tech bros, and friends of Donald Trump, the ability to post Hunter Biden’s cock shots on Twitter is the number-one issue in America this weekend. They believe that if they are not allowed to post porno, our constitutional republic may be in jeopardy.

4 thoughts on “Elon Musk and Matt Taibbi’s First Amendment follies.”

  1. (@davidheath@journa.host)

    Shorter Matt Taibbi:

    1. Tech workers give more money to Democrats.
    2. Politicians complain about tweets.
    3. Twitter put a warning on Kayleigh McEnany’s tweet about Hunter Biden’s laptop but no government agent asked them to.
    4. They feared the laptop might have been hacked but they then debated whether to lift the warning.

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