But who decides what's a 'legitimate purpose'?
Rep. Carol Bush wants folks to be nice on social media platforms. So she's using her authority to make a law. The Tulsan believes that having someone talk about her, might be an "invasion of her privacy & serve no legitimate purpose". So that's exactly what she wants to criminalize.
I may have already violated this language because I told you she's from Tulsa (invasion of her privacy) and I warned you that she's trying to redefine what speech is constitutionally protected (why... that kind of criticism has to be harassment! It serves no legitimate purpose to her!).
Facebook, Twitter, and other big tech giants are increasingly interpreting their own website rules in such a way that they are only enforced harshly on conservatives, and global terrorists go unfiltered while publishing death threats openly.
Bush, who's been recruited to run for office by well known Tulsa liberals; has consistently been working to pass laws which strip constitutional rights. This is yet another chapter of Bush Laws proposed to the legislature, to further control people whom she doesn't trust to manage their own affairs and interactions.
HB1007 is posted below..
A study of legislation being pondered at the Oklahoma State Capitol.
How a law is made..