Trump pledges to push back on Artificial Intelligence-driven censorship

by Summer Lane

President Donald Trump delivered a knockout speech in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on Saturday afternoon, marking the second of two back-to-back speeches in the Hawkeye State just 45 days out from the important Iowa caucuses on January 15, 2024.  

His speech centered on taking the country back from tyranny. He also pointedly took a swing at the dangers of Artificial Intelligence.

The president stated, “Just this week, Biden’s Homeland Security secretary even admitted that they are weaponizing Artificial Intelligence to target American citizens for political speech…When I am reelected, I will cancel Biden’s Artificial Intelligence Executive Order and ban the use of AI to censor the speech of American citizens on day one.

In October, Joe Biden signed an EO on “Safe, Secure, and Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence” that has raised questions about the federal government’s involvement with the rapidly-developing technology. The legislation signed by Biden supposedly established new standards for American governmental use of Artificial Intelligence. It also directed the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to lead the development of AI.

Over the past few months, the potential threat of Artificial Intelligence has risen rapidly to the forefront of many American’s minds.

On the subject of the 2024 presidential election, Trump said, “This campaign is a righteous crusade to liberate our republic from Biden and the criminals.”

The president further warned, “They want to control your speech. They want to control your social media. They want to control what car you drive…they want to change everything. These people are sick.”

Trump noted that the energy for the 2024 general election was unlike anything they’d ever seen, and he vowed, “And I promise you this: if you put me back in the White House, their reign will be over, and America will be a FREE NATION once again.”

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