Liberal media bias example No. 1,678,987.
Freedom of the Press Foundation executive director Trevor Timm posted something interesting last night. There are actually remarkable similarities in what Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are proposing in terms of controlling the Internet to combat radical Islamic terror, but you wouldn’t know it from the one-sided coverage of Trump. Check it out:
On the left: Trump's remarks on the Internet & free speech everyone is making fun of.
On the right: Hillary Clinton pic.twitter.com/FK4bxdowtC
— Trevor Timm (@trevortimm) December 8, 2015
Clinton wants to “deny them online space”:
While Trump is for “closing up that internet up in some ways”:
Both discounted “freedom of speech.”
And Timm is correct that it’s Trump who’s getting mocked over it:
— The Verge (@verge) December 8, 2015
And you think I once lost it!
Dear oh dear oh dear!
— Ian Royce (@officialroycey) December 8, 2015
Trump says he would talk to Bill Gates and 'close up the internet' to fight ISIS https://t.co/PKxyuOyFCw
— Daily Kos (@dailykos) December 8, 2015
Donald Trump: How much dumb stuff can I say and still have you take me seriously? https://t.co/A0Djqzgpl7
— Jay Yarow (@jyarow) December 8, 2015
Sorry Donald Trump. Bill Gates can't "close up" the internet. His Bing search engine doesn't even know how 🙂 pic.twitter.com/FLD7dDxYTc
— Danny Sullivan (@dannysullivan) December 8, 2015
— Alex Medina (@mrmedina) December 8, 2015
"Go see Bill Gates to see about shutting the internet" says Trump. coz he has a big switch in his garage that turns the whole world off ?
— Janey Godley (@JaneyGodley) December 8, 2015
"We have to go see Bill Gates," Donald Trump said, "To see about shutting off the terrorists' Zunes."
— Josh Barro (@jbarro) December 8, 2015
And we’ll end it with this:
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) December 9, 2015
Is Hillary Clinton a despot, too?