Charlatan Bill: TikTok Ban Bill Is NOT What It Seems. There’s A Reason Biden Loves This Plan

The bill is bipartisan, and Biden loves it.

The bill is called the Restrict Act, and Democrat Senator Mark Warner and Republican Senator John Thune sponsored it. The proposed legislation would make the Orwellian government in 1984 look mild.

The bill gives the federal government unprecedented powers with little oversight and the Biden administration is all about it.

Conservative commentator Greg Price is calling it the Patriot Act for the internet, and it allows the federal government to go after anyone online they deem a national security threat. It would give authorities the ability to access everything from a person’s computer, video games, and their Ring doorbell.

According to the current version of the bill it would allow the federal government to “take action to identify, deter, disrupt, prevent, prohibit, investigate, or otherwise mitigate, including by negotiating, entering into, or imposing, and enforcing any mitigation measure to address any risk arising from any covered transaction by any person or with respect to any property, subject to the jurisdiction of the United States that the Secretary determines.”

All of this could be done without a warrant.

If you are found to violate the law, it will allow the government to put you in jail for 20 years, fine you $1 million, and they can seize your property.

The bill does not cite TikTok by name; the White House is all about it.

From NBC News:

The White House endorsed the RESTRICT Act on Tuesday, calling it “a systematic framework for addressing technology-based threats to the security and safety of Americans.”

While the bill doesn’t cite TikTok by name, the senators who introduced it repeatedly touched on fears that TikTok, a social video app owned by the Chinese company ByteDance that’s wildly popular in the U.S. and around the world, gives Beijing a steady stream of information about its users.

Of course, the White House loves it since it allows the government to police all forms of communication.


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