Remember when members of the new media discussed the national emergency powers of the office of the President under Barack Hussein Obama and were called conspiracy kooks? Today, the USA Today is talking about President Trump’s recent remarks that under the U.S. Constitution, he has the authority to declare a national emergency as it relates to the southern border. Now, the radical Left is collectively pushing the #FakeNews that President Trump could also take over the Internet under such powers, simply because he does not like the search results from Silicon Valley-controlled results. They are apoplectic and unhinged, purveying their own irrational conspiracy theories far beyond anything that appeared in the new media a decade ago.
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