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The First Amendment could apply to Twitter censoring an account, but it doesn't in this case. President Trump's attempts to return to Twitter are back in the news because he recently filed a motion for a preliminary injunction in his case against Twitter, arguing that blocking his account violated the First Amendment. Is it even possible for Twitter to ...


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There is no contradiction. In MCAC, the plaintiff was a private party who claimed MCAC's refusal to carry their program violated their First Amendment rights. In holding that MCAC was not a state actor, the Court didn't hold that MCAC had total unfettered discretion to kick anyone it wants off of its channels. What it held was that the First Amendment doesn'...


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NO Let's reread the first amendment again: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. What is the first word? CONGRESS. The ...


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Freedom of religion is not the only human right in the whole Constitution or anywhere else to follow. Imagine a vampire sect practicing human sacrifices. It may well be a fully defined religion, complete with scriptures, church hierarchy and books to follow, written black on white this is the absolute requirement plus thousand years of history. Absolutely ...


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