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RESTRICT Act: This Law Could Silence And Jail Millions Of Americans!

RESTRICT Act: This Law Could Silence And Jail Millions Of Americans!

( – The public’s fury over the draconian RESTRICT Act, guise as a “TikTok ban,” is snowballing.

The bill was found to be much more comprehensive than just a TikTok ban. It allows the federal government to restrict American citizens’ online activities.

The law will also allow the government to impose severe penalties on those who do so, such as criminal fines of up to $1 million, jail terms of up to 20 years, and the seizure and search of hardware and online accounts, including cryptocurrency accounts.

This Monday, Fox News personality Tucker Carlson dissed the legislation during a show, saying:

“This bill isn’t about outlawing TikTok. Never trust what they claim to be. Instead, this law would grant the federal government vast and dangerous new powers to penalize Americans and control how they communicate with one another.”

“So, you would give the executive branch – the Biden administration — the authority to control online expression. And if you have any connection to, quote, a foreign enemy — let’s say you oppose the war against Russia — you face a 20-year prison sentence.”

“So, this doesn’t involve outlawing TikTok. The goal here is to impose tyranny on our society blatantly. Nevertheless, just because TikTok is so unattractive doesn’t imply that those attempting to outlaw it are looking out for your best interests.”

Donald Trump Jr. also criticized the legislation saying, “the uni party wants more power to regulate what we do and see.” And now we’re going to grant the Biden goons the authority to imprison us for 20 years if they determine that we’ve broken this madness? Not at all.”

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) has publicly opposed the legislation. In an article for the Louisville Courier-Journal, the senator and former presidential contender said the law would make America more like China.

Sen. Paul tweeted, “Realize that all social media sucks up personal data that individuals voluntarily contribute. To those who are afraid that the Chinese government might now have access to the information of millions of American kids.” What will happen after TikTok is banned?”

Conservatives may be more heavily censored on some domestic apps.

House Republicans denounced the RESTRICT Act on the Financial Services Committee as a “smokescreen for the broadest increase of presidential power since the IEEPA” (International Emergency Economic Powers Act).

“The United States cannot defeat China by emulating the Chinese Communist Party more closely.”

Vivek Ramaswamy, a Republican running for president, declared he would veto the RESTRICT Act if elected.

“As opposed as I am to the Chinese influence on our economy, Ramaswamy said that we must take care to avoid becoming more like China.”

The official account of Young Americans for Liberty claimed that the RESTRICT Act, advertised as a restriction on the TikTok app related to the CCP, is a Trojan horse for even greater governmental surveillance. Has the Patriot Act taught us anything?”

Former presidential candidate Ron Paul, whose grassroots-supported campaigns in 2008 and 2012 assisted in the Tea Party’s emergence, concluded that “The Patriot Act on steroids.”

Conservative activist Pamela Geller claimed that a bill passed under the pretense of “banning TikTok” actually “bans you, free speech, and gives the government the ability to silence you at will.”

As a commentator on Fox News stated, “The legislation being offered ‘to ban TikTok’ actually goes well beyond TikTok and would give the government wide, ambiguous, easy-to-abuse censorship powers.” “Don’t be fooled by it.”

Conservative journalist Jordan Schachtel referred to the legislation as “The Patriot Act on steroids” and claimed that “all of the usual suspects” supported it.

Greg Price, the State Freedom Caucus Network’s communications director, described it as “a Patriot Act for the internet.”

“Could the RESTRICT Act make using VPNs illegal?”questioned Elizabeth Nolan Brown, a senior editor at Reason.

“Sen. The absurdly broad nature of the law makes it far from obvious, despite Warner’s office’s denial.”

We will continue to cover The developing RESTRICT Act dispute—our freedoms are at stake.

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