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2019-06-25 14:50 by Karl Denninger
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Time to start arresting people; we could start with perjury, or, perhaps all the various felonies you can manage to find when it comes to intentional election interference and unlawful in-kind contributions to campaigns.

The clock is ticking.

BTW Mr. Cruz if you'd like to have a conversation with me on where I think Section 230 should go -- as someone who built one of the first ISPs and was around and in the business during the original debates in the mid to late 1990s -- I'd be happy to meet with you on that point.  DC isn't that far away for me to travel.....