On Wednesday's broadcast of the Fox News Channel's "America Reports," Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) celebrated the pausing of plans for the Department of Homeland Security's Disinformation Governance Board but noted that the pause isn't permanent and argued that the board "only paused because the American people found out" and Congress should pass legislation "to ensure that it and nothing like it can ever be created again in the future." Cotton stated, "I'm glad to know that this Orwellian Ministry of Truth is at least paused for the moment, but I think it's important to realize that it's only paused because the American people found out about it. The government has no business refereeing disputes engaged in political campaigns or public debates. If you don't like someone else's speech, the solution is more speech. It's not to use the Department of Homeland Security, for goodness sakes, to try to censor or label someone's arguments in the public sphere. I think the Democrats often believe that disinformation and misinformation are simply facts that reflect poorly on Joe Biden and the Democratic Party. So, again, it's good that they finally came to their senses and paused this board, but Congress needs to act… Read full this story
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