Good thing Kissu doesn't have to abide by US laws. At any rate, for various reasons I'm fairly skeptical this will make it through Congress in this form. WARNING: POLITICS AHEAD. ABANDON ALL HOPE, YE WHO ENTER HERE
From what I understand, Republicans and Democrats would both support this legislation if it only strengthened copyright holders, but in it's current form, it's much more partisan. Namely, Republicans would likely support it under the pretense that it's to, "prevent the censoring of conservative viewpoints online," and/or they may frame it as a first amendment issue. In the first case, Democrats are likely to oppose it purely because they tend to support the actions of the social media companies. If they do mount an actual rebuttal, however, it'll probably be something along the lines of, "this bill empowers foreign actors to spread misinformation, compromising the security and integrity of our elections." Among the politicians who are less likely to vote along partisan lines, they'll probably vote nay or abstain in light of the dismal failure of FOSTA/SESTA to actually work as intended, and instead oppose the bill along those principled lines. I don't think there's anyone in the Senate with enough technical knowledge to oppose it on qualitative grounds because of the impact it will have on the internet as a whole. That's more likely to be the case in the House. It's hard to say whether it'll pass, though. Any number of things could happen. It could die in committee, or get completely rewritten and gutted if it makes it the House. If what I predicted happens, though, I think it's probable that it dies in the Senate by a slim margin from a few Senators. Something like 48 yea, 47 nay, 5 abstained.