Why does Trump believe that only his supporters deserve free speech?
Trump complains that it's not "free speech" to write anything negative about him at his so-called "Social Media Summit."
As the House Judiciary Committee convenes to begin hearing testimony related to the Mueller Report, Republicans want to be sure no one can say mean (or true) things about Trump.
On a CSPAN broadcast posted by Rep. Nunes on 03/21/10, during President Obama's health care debate, Devin Nunes defended racist tea part protesters saying, "people that have every right to say what they want."
Explosive Video Shows Devin Nunes Defending Tea Party Protesters: 'If They Wanna Smear Someone, They Can Do It'
Rep. Devin Nunes applauded protesters yelling the N-word at Rep. John Lewis in 2010. These days he's suing Twitter users for setting up satirical accounts.
Sean Hannity had another attack of amnesia Monday night as he “forgot” how much he hates the squelching of free speech and provided Trumper Devin Nunes with a friendly venue to promote his multimillion-dollar lawsuit against Twitter and some tweeters who have said mean things about him.
Great news! Flipping someone off is your constitutional right! (open thread)
On Fox Nation, Fox News' senior legal analyst blasted Trump's use of non-disclosure agreements to silence and punish free speech." Presidents who silence critics? "They’re no longer presidents of a free society, they are princes in an empire."
Fox News' distraction of the day from the rampant anti-Semitism on the right: Sharia law!
Fox's Tucker Carlson plays the false equivalency game with nut job Alex Jones: "I know we're supposed to think that Alex Jones is way more radical than, like, Bill Maher, or Michelle Wolf, or Rosie O'Donnell, but he's got a point of view."
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