Say No to FedBook: Why A Government-Owned Social Media Network Would Be a Nightmare

As controversies over censorship and political collusion regarding social media platforms continues to grow by the day, a controversial proposal has entered public discourse: the creation of a government-owned social media platform.

Democrat presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who himself has been the victim of online censorship on platforms such as Instagram, Facebook and Twitter in the past, has actually become a supporter of this horrible idea.

On the surface, it may seem like a potential solution to concerns over censorship, data privacy, and monopoly power for those that still have this infantile idea that the government actually likes you and won’t completely abuse it the moment it would hypothetically go online.

This proposal would present a significant threats to free speech, privacy, and market competition that we as conservatives must oppose. Here’s why.