08/29/2020

Rick Santorum: President Trump should bend — but not break — Big Tech

Robert Winterton
Robert Winterton Director of Public Affairs

“Americans’ increasing focus on this fall’s elections has awakened in me a tinge of nostalgia for the good old days of campaigning — before the internet changed everything. As a conservative running for the US Senate in 1994, I remember being able to connect with thousands of voters to respond to my opponents’ dishonest attacks, the press’s deceitful characterizations of my positions, local television refusing to cover my campaign events, and the character assassinations by the newspaper editorial boards. Actually, I don’t remember that, because I had no way to reach thousands of voters except by paying those same media outlets millions of dollars to buy ads. Most Americans heavily engaged in the social media wars of today have little memory of how frustrating and demoralizing the good old days were for conservative candidates and voters.”

Read the full article in The Spectator US here.

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