Freedom of speech on the internet did not lead to a rise in "hate crimes," according to a report sent from the U.S. Department of Commerce to Congress in January — a report that has yet to appear on any government website.

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They act like we couldn't speak to each other without the Internet, we were talking to each other for a long time before technology. @gab


Please say you are being coy, and not that you are stupid enough to not know why it was not made public. It is contrary to the 'fable' being sold to the people.

[Breitbart News has obtained a copy of the report, which is published in full below. But sources close to the government say they are baffled as to why it wasn’t released publicly (This has to be said 'tongue in cheek, right?) after being sent to Congress.]

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