Among the questions raised by the congressmen include who drafted the policy, whether PayPal approved the policy, whether PayPal users were affected by the policy, and if PayPal was in contact with the Biden administration about the policy.
Having a super app for commerce and social media means that the risk of getting kicked off Twitter becomes not just a question of free speech and censorship, but of financial risk to each and every person who relies of Twitter as a complete, one-stop e-commerce app.
On this week's Faith & Reason, Jack Maxey returns for a discussion on Kanye West's tribute to Pope John Paul II and recent comments about black babies killed by abortion, the forceful remarks of Cdl. Müller and Bp. Schneider against Vatican policies on Communist China and the Latin Mass, and the widespread backlash forcing PayPal to walk back a policy fining users $2,500 for promoting 'misinformation.'
According to PayPal's list of 'prohibited activities,' users can be fined $2,500 if any of their transactions relate to or involve 'intolerance that is discriminatory,' 'the promotion of hate,' and 'items that are considered obscene.'
The goal of woke North American banking institutions is this: Crush truth-tellers while perpetuating an illusion of normalcy for those who mindlessly repeat the woke party line, no matter how egregious the affront to reality and morality.