This week, the Supreme Court heard two cases challenging Section 230, a telecommunications law that provides Big Tech giants with legal protections from the content users post on their platforms. In both Twitter v. Taamneh and Gonzalez v. Google, the families of ISIS attack victims argued that the companies were “aiding and abetting” terrorists because their algorithms promoted extremist content to users who would have an interest in it. While there have been bipartisan efforts from lawmakers to limit the powers of Big Tech, others fear that doing so will inhibit free speech. FOX News Contributor and Law Professor at George Washington University Jonathan Turley joins the Rundown to weigh in on the arguments heard in the High Court, the role of social media companies in moderating their content, and the implications the arguments could have for free speech.

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg arrives in East Palestine, Ohio, today, nearly three weeks after the destructive train derailment and subsequent chemical spill left residents in fear about the safety of the air and water in their town. Ohio Republican State Senator Michael Rulli represents a district that includes East Palestine and has been calling for the resignation of the Transportation Secretary, claiming the response to this issue from him and the Biden administration has been severely lacking. Senator Rulli joins the podcast to explain what action he would like to see taken by the federal government in regard to this disaster, the East Palestine community’s sense of uncertainty given their potential chemical exposure, and what must be done to improve train safety and regulations.

Plus, commentary by Fox & Friends co-host and host of The Brian Kilmeade Show, Brian Kilmeade.