My mind is quite open, actually. I leave it unlocked, and take it out and wash it at least once a week, with a more through cleansing monthly and have it dry cleaned on the first Monday in January.
However, let’s try to keep this apolitical, please.
My only real issue with changes to section 230 is that, from what I understand, the changes would make forum hosts legally responsible for what is posted by other people. This is major. It means that for a busy forum, you now would need someone to watch the posting closely 24/7/365, ready to delete anything the least bit ‘off color’ or in any way demeaning to literally anyone lest you get sued into insolvency. One person couldn’t do it unless you locked the board every single time you got out of your chair. Gotta go to the head? Lock the message board. Same for sleep, going to the store, eating with your family, walking the dog, etc.
It seems to me that such a state of affairs would far more drastically limit what you could say, not expand it. I think the Law of Unintended Consequences applies here with a vengeance.
My understanding could easily be wrong, but if not, I believe it would mark the end of forums of any kind in America, and the big forums like Twitter and FB would likely just block all American IPs.