Some Republican Senators are reportedly considering companions to House antitrust bills sponsored by Democrats narrowly passed out of the House Judiciary Committee this summer. But in practice, these bills won’t stop the censorship of conservatives’ online speech and will further expand government’s reach. Many conservatives instinctively support antitrust regulation of Big Tech because they’re upset about unequal treatment of content. Yet, none of these antitrust Congressional bills comes close to addressing censorship. They could actually spark even greater censorship or more obstacles toward placing diverse viewpoints in front of large audiences. Do you think conservatives are rushing too fast to embrace the policies of people like Elizabeth Warren and will hurt free enterprise and their own audience reach in the process?