Tuesday on FNC’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) argued it past time for Congress to reevaluate antitrust laws, particularly as they pertain to big tech.
Hawley told Fox News host Tucker Carlson the testimony from tech CEOs earlier in the day show coordination between the tech giants.
“I think that very old antitrust law, the first one we ever had called the Sherman Act, century-old, prevents coordination of these robber baron companies,” he said. “And that’s exactly what they are, by the way, Tucker. These are the most powerful corporations in history. And here they are, coordinating about how they are going to stop us from speaking, coordinating about who they are going to ban, coordinating about what phrases will be allowed to trend and whatnot, that we basically caught them red-handed.”
“I mean, Mark Zuckerberg admitted to me under oath that yes, actually, Facebook’s censorship teams do