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Bernie Sanders questions Trump removal from Twitter

Even socialists sometimes make sense.

From comments Sanders made to with New York Times columnist Ezra Klein during an interview:

“Look, you have a racist, sexist, xenophobe, pathological liar, an authoritarian … a bad news guy. But if you’re asking me do I feel particularly comfortable that the then president of the United States could not express his views on Twitter? I don’t feel comfortable about that … Because of anybody who thinks yesterday it was Donald Trump who was banned and tomorrow it could be somebody else who has a very different point of view. So I don’t like giving that much power to a handful of high tech people, but the devil is obviously in the details and it’s something we’re going to have to think long and hard on, and that is how you preserve First Amendment rights without moving this country into a big lie mentality and conspiracy theories.”

Okay, Bernie, but the big lie mentality has more to do with socialism that is creeping up around us.

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