Trump statement on Obama passing internet off to U.N. —>
Republican nominee Donald Trump’s National Policy Director Stephen Miller said today that the real estate mogul is “committed to preserving Internet freedom for the American people and citizens all over the world” in a statement released on the Trump campaign website.
“The U.S. should not turn control of the Internet over to the United Nations and the international community. President Obama intends to do so on his own authority – just 10 days from now, on October 1st, unless Congress acts quickly to stop him.”
Trump’s commitment to a free and open Internet unaltered by offshore globalist elites is a testament to his nationalist anti-New World Order platform which has taken over the Republican party.
In a move designed exclusively to dissolve free speech in cyber space, President Obama announced recently that America will be giving up control of the Internet to the U.N. and other international authorities, some of whom regulate speech in communist states.
The transfer of control is likely aimed at gaining a tighter stranglehold on information conflicting with the status quo.
Read Miller’s full statement below:
“Donald J. Trump is committed to preserving Internet freedom for the American people and citizens all over the world. The U.S. should not turn control of the Internet over to the United Nations and the international community. President Obama intends to do so on his own authority – just 10 days from now, on October 1st, unless Congress acts quickly to stop him. The Republicans in Congress are admirably leading a fight to save the Internet this week, and need all the help the American people can give them to be successful. Hillary Clinton’s Democrats are refusing to protect the American people by not protecting the Internet.
The U.S. created, developed and expanded the Internet across the globe. U.S. oversight has kept the Internet free and open without government censorship – a fundamental American value rooted in our Constitution’s Free Speech clause. Internet freedom is now at risk with the President’s intent to cede control to international interests, including countries like China and Russia, which have a long track record of trying to impose online censorship. Congress needs to act, or Internet freedom will be lost for good, since there will be no way to make it great again once it is lost.” – Stephen Miller, National Policy Director