Senate Intelligence Committee chair Mark Warner is seeking to justify Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and FBI resuming their controversial, to say the least – and subject to legal scrutiny in a number of lawsuits – “talks” with social media companies.

What they are “discussing” is the removal of whatever’s labeled as “disinformation” and this resumption of collaboration, collusion, or communication – depending on who you ask – comes at a very sensitive time, some six months ahead of the US presidential election.

The Biden administration first “froze” this activity, apparently with the First Amendment case currently deliberated by the Supreme Court, Murthy v. Missouri, in mind. But now that decision has been reversed.

Senator Warner, a Democrat, seems to believe he has found an argument in favor of the resumption of the practice in the stance he attributes precisely to the Supreme Court.

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