From open borders and COVID-19 to critical race theory and censorship, Florida and Texas have formed a vanguard against the leftward tilting of America by the Biden administration, the Democrat Congress and Big Tech.
Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida and Gov. Greg Abbott and Attorney General Ken Paxton of Texas have created a model for other GOP executives to use the states' rights enshrined in the Constitution's 10th Amendment to confront creeping government and monopolization.
After a rash of conservative voices were censored from YouTube, Twitter and Facebook, DeSantis worked with the Florida Legislature to enact a law banning censorship based on political ideology. President Donald Trump, who is banned on some of those platforms, immediately sued them under the state law as a Florida resident.
Harvard law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz says the Florida/Trump lawsuits against the social giants will be the most important free speech case of the 21st century - link
"The current situation is absolutely intolerable. You have these giant media tell us what we can see and what we can hear and being exempted by congressional legislation. And then we have them claiming their rights under the First Amendment because they are a private company."