Is the TikTok ban a Trojan horse?

Not only did Florida Governor Ron DeSantis sign a bill banning children under 14 from using social media, the Chinese-owned app TikTok is also under attack across the state.

Sarah Gonzalez completely agrees that social media is not only damaging to children’s mental health, but also harmful to their development, but she worries that this is a government overreach. ing.

“I have really mixed feelings about this,” Gonzalez said. “I think kids should stay away from social media.”

“This feels like a victory,” she continues. “But then, I don’t know, it feels like government overreach.”

Matthew Marsden disagrees a little with this.

“For the most part, I’m on the libertarian side, but I don’t think everything is okay. I don’t think everything should be allowed,” he explained, adding that he doesn’t want his children to be social You mentioned attending a school where media is not allowed.

Gonzalez acknowledged that keeping kids off social media and getting rid of TikTok is “a win for them,” but added, “I don’t know how that could be used against us later in other areas.” I am concerned about the

Marsden agrees, especially considering that the Democratic Party has never put the interests of the American people first.

“They clearly don’t care about children. They clearly don’t care about borders or relationships. Yes, they say they do, but they don’t. ” says Marsden.

“It’s sad to look at the situation we’re in and say, ‘So where are they going with this?'” he added.

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