Tennessee City Outlaws First Amendment

Thursday, December 18, 2014
By Paul Martin

Limiting free exercise of speech “is just an industry standard nowadays”

Kurt Nimmo
December 18, 2014

It is another example of government trampling on the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

In South Pittsburgh, Tennessee, the city council recently voted 4-1 to approve an “all-inclusive” social networking policy aimed at discouraging criticism of the government.

It outlaws the exercise of the First Amendment for all city elected representatives, appointed board members, employees, volunteers, vendors, contractors and anyone associated with the town in an official capacity who uses social networks, according to Ryan Lewis, writing for the Times Free Press.

The policy includes blogs, videos, Facebook and Twitter posts and all online discussions.

“It seems like every few meetings we’re having to address something that’s been on Facebook and created negative publicity,” said Commissioner Jeff Powers.

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