Bill requires state ‘fact-checkers’ to approve news before it’s published

Likely, few who have been watching the news in recent months can still think of California without words such as “crazy” and “extreme” floating into the picture.

After all, it’s where a judge said cups of coffee must have a cancer warning.

And where the attorney general threatened to arrest a sheriff for help federal immigration authorities enforce the law.

And where a new law bans counselors from assisting people who desire help with overcoming homosexual behavior.

It’s where Mexican presidential candidates campaign.

But now, as the Gateway Pundit points out, “It begins.” A California state senator has proposed a bill “to kill free speech” that would require state-sanctioned fact checkers to approve Web content.

The proposal doesn’t mention the First Amendment.

Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft explains the plan comes from Richard Pan, a “far left California state senator.”

“Pan recently introduced legislation to crack down on free speech on the internet. Pan’s legislation would force online



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