No, he won't.
But this discussion is important for the KICK-ASS TKC BLOG COMMUNITY if only because we've struggled with the issue of trolling more than any local newsish outlet.
Moreover, it only took us about a decade to discover that EXCLUDING trolls doesn't prohibit free speech, it actually improves and protects the discussion for people who are willing to commit to even a halfway reasonable debate.
And yes, in this political climate "halfway reasonable" represent progress.
But I digress . . .
The argument from Team Trump is actually far more nuanced than most whining from troll crybabies.
Basically, the Prez claims that the biggest tech companies in the nation don't have the same rights as private companies because, he claims, they are monopolies and are in cooperative relationship with the government.
Meanwhile, your drunk uncle is just angry that half of your family has blocked him.
Nobody expects the lawsuit to win or go much further than today's press conference and most regard it as a publicity stunt.
Still, we would honestly like to know what the true believers think if only so we can walk into their biz, home, basement and/or hovel and start telling them how to run things.
Check the links . . .
Former President Donald Trump, who has complained about censorship by social media giants, filed class action lawsuits Wednesday against Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Google CEO Sundar Pichai. Why it matters: It's the latest escalation in Trump's yearslong battle with Twitter and Facebook over free speech and censorship.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Former President Donald Trump has filed suit against three of the country’s biggest tech companies, claiming he and other conservatives have been wrongfully censored.
Former President Donald Trump said Wednesday he is suing Facebook, Twitter and Google, as well as their respective CEOs Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey and Sundar Pichai. Trump, who has a history of threatening legal action but not always following through, made the announcement at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, at 11 a.m.
Former President Donald Trump on Wednesday announced plans to file a class-action lawsuit targeting Facebook and its CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter and its CEO Jack Dorsey and Google and its CEO Sundar Pichai in a Hail Mary move after being removed from their platforms. But if he does actually file the suits, they're likely doomed from the start.
Former President Donald Trump on Wednesday announced that he will lead a lawsuit over alleged censorship against Twitter, Facebook and Google – three tech companies that removed him from their platforms after the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol by a mob of his supporters.
Cable news networks CNN and MSNBC refused to air Donald Trump's press conference announcing a class action lawsuit against Silicon Valley's tech giants while Fox News cut away before the former president began reliving his list of grievances against the election, the Capitol riot and Hunter Biden's laptop.
Former US president Donald Trump has announced plans to sue tech giants Google, Twitter and Facebook, claiming that he is the victim of censorship. The class action lawsuit also targets the three companies' CEOs. Mr Trump was suspended from his social accounts in January over public safety concerns in the wake of the Capitol riots, led by his supporters.
You decide . . .