Does our constitutional rights matter under private owned companies?

It started out to be a way to  get veterans  to join together and bring back the comradery of our brotherhood.  Its sad that we are given rights that prevents the government to infringe on them.  Does this mean that private companies do not have to abide by?

We would occasionally go live on Tik Tok and show us recording a new podcast.  Most people know we are trying to prevent veteran suicide.  Its sad that people get on there and bombard us with typical politics nonsense.  It really does makes me laugh lol.  I laugh because me and Doug both consider us Politically Homeless.  We both don’t believe in a big government and feel that no government of today has our best interest in.

So lets get into what is happening.  The first amendment states “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”  Unfortunately this does not say anything about private business.  This makes you really wonder does this mean that you have to be willing to get rid of your constitutional rights to use their platform.  Unfortunately it seems that way.  In order  to use Tik Tok we have to be willing to hide our guns that are tripled lock and legal to own to be on their platform.  Its sad.  Considering the second amendment states this “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”  Again in this situation to go live on Tik Tok I have to be willing to give up my first and second amendment rights.  Its unfortunate.

The real problem is with all the big tech companies we are not the customer we are the product.  They are making  a living off our content and our work.  The more we are on it and interacting the more  they can charge for advertisements.  This means you don’t have any rights on there.  You will give up your rights to have what is suppose to be enjoyment.  I strongly consider people to look at what they have to give up to enjoy an app.

I am not saying ban Tik Tok.  We will still consider to post because its more important to get our message out.  We  will just be moving our lives from Tik Tok to YouTube.  If you like our content please subscribe to our channel and help give us a voice.

Credit: https://www.constituteproject.org/constitution/United_States_of_America_1992

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