Democrats Hope to Pass Government Journalism Licensing Bill
The former DNC Presidential candidate, Amy Klobuchar, has introduced a bill called Journalism Competition and Preservation Act which would de-facto create a government-defined local journalism licensing program created to ostensibly protect local journalism from being cannibalized by the DNC’s social media platforms.
The DNC is attempting to fix a problem caused by their authoritarian, local news cannibalizing social media platforms by creating a special carve out for what would only be DNC-approved local news outlets. Any individual journalist would not be offered such protections, as the DNC press and the DNC Social media companies work out a compromise to assure each party can coexist with one another as they continue to do the seditious work of the DNC, to undermine American liberty through fear and hate, intimidation and market assassinations.
Let’s see if the token opposition has enough Americans in it to do what must be done at the state level to assure such violently anti-American bills, even should they pass, have no authority over an American constitutional land.
Senators May Eradicate Local Journalism | American Enterprise Institute – www.aei.org
The second feature of the bill that holds publishers in yesteryear is that, to be eligible for these antitrust exemptions, beneficiaries have to meet specific definitions, all of which are tied to traditional journalism business models. For example, the legislation defines the types of employees the businesses must have and how often the businesses must update content, along with their use of editorial processes, their range of topics, and their delivery methods. More innovative systems using smart contracts for managing independent content and social media sites for organizing people’s observations on local city council and school board meetings; newsmaker websites such as local schools and governments need not apply.