Mark Steyn gives his take on the Online Harms Bill, misinformation and Dr Anthony Fauci

Mark steyn gives his take on the online harms bill, misinformation and dr anthony fauci

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‘If you want more of the wreckage you see all around, support the Online Harms Bill and its disturbing legislative innovations.’

Mark Steyn gives his take on the Online Harms Bill, misinformation and Dr Anthony Fauci.

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