POTUS vetoed the 2021 National Defense Authorization Act on Wednesday, describing the bill as a document that “would place the interests of the Washington, DC establishment over those of the American people.”
US President Donald Trump once again criticized the 2021 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), promising not to “sit idly by and watch this parody of the bill happen without reigning in Big Tech.” , an apparent nod to Amazon, Apple, Google, Facebook and Microsoft.
“Complete section 230 now, before it’s too late.” So bad for our country. Show courage and do what is right !!! The president tweeted on Saturday.
Section 230 is part of national internet law known as the Communications Decency Act (CDA) of 1996, which protects internet companies from liability for the content they host. Trump has previously claimed that Section 230 “facilitates the dissemination of foreign disinformation online.”
In a separate tweet, he described the NDAA as “a gift to China, Russia and big tech.”
Saturday’s remarks by POTUS come days after he uttered his past threats to veto the $ 740 million defense bill, stating that he refuses to give the NDAA the green light because, he says, it does “Would put the interests of Washington, DC, the establishment at the expense of those of the American people.”
“Unfortunately, the law does not include critical national security measures, includes provisions that do not respect our veterans and our military history, and contradicts my administration’s efforts to put America at the forefront in our national security and foreign policy actions ”, underlined the president. in a statement to Congress.
The move was followed by US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, making it clear that the chamber will vote early next week on whether to override Trump’s veto.
President Trump informs the American people of his continued fight to defeat those who attempt to steal the 2020 election and destroy the republic.
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