President Biden Wants To Fact Check Your Text Messages

The Biden admin wants to monitor your private text messages to potentially fact check anything they deem as “misinformation” regarding COVID-19 vaccinations.

Matt Walsh from “The Matt Walsh Show” asks shall we start calling him Big Brother Biden?

After announcing plans to go “door-to-door” to encourage Americans to be vaccinated, the Biden administration now wants to monitor your text messages.

This isn’t some fringe movement. This is the Democratic National Committee and others pushing mobile carriers to “dispel misinformation about vaccines that is sent over social media and text messages.”

You may have already seen a warning label or even had a post vanish for posting about COVID-19. Maybe you even decided to text instead, thinking your phone was safe.

Well, think again. The left now wants your phone. If the plan is approved, it will open the door to a scary list of future potentials screenings.

What else would the left want to monitor or suppress?

I don’t know, maybe gun control. Questioning election votes. Maybe social issues like marriage or abortion?

Where does the line stop? It should stop now. Conservatives need to see what’s happening and let their elected leaders know this is not okay. Watch what Matt Walsh shares and be informed of the latest invasion of your privacy by the left now.


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