When Twitter decided to remove President Donald Trump’s account from its social media platform, it sent off a firestorm of reactions. Some of these concerns are justified, but some of these concerns are not based in sound judgment.

Republican lawmakers have long argued for private companies to have freedom to run their businesses without interference from the federal government, but now their minds have changed. GOP lawmakers want to step in and regulate how Twitter runs its company, crying foul about censorship based on political leanings.

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