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La And Mo Sue Biden For ‘Colluding’ With Big Tech To Censor Speech

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The Attorneys General for Louisiana and Missouri have filed a lawsuit against President Joe Biden for allegedly colluding with big tech social media companies to censor conservatives under the guise of combatting “misinformation.”

The lawsuit names Biden and top administration officials, including White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, Dr. Anthony Fauci, and the newly created Disinformation Governance Board director Nina Jankowicz as defendants.

Louisiana Attorney General, Jeff Landry, claimed that the top social media companies have “become an extension of Biden’s Big Government,” and accused Biden of using tactics “from the playbook of Stalin and his ilk.”

Big Tech has become an extension of Biden’s Big Government, and neither are protecting the freedoms of Americans; rather, they are suppressing truth and demonizing those who think differently. Ripped from the playbook of Stalin and his ilk, Biden has been colluding with Big Tech to censor free speech and propagandize the masses. We are fighting back to ensure the rule of law and prevent the government from unconstitutional banning, chilling, and stifling of speech.

The 86-page complaint alleges Biden and his administration infringed on Americans’ First Amendment right to free speech by colluding with big tech companies to censor speech.

As alleged further herein, Defendants have coerced, threatened, and pressured social-media platforms to censor disfavored speakers and viewpoints by using threats of adverse government action. As alleged further herein, as a result of such threats, Defendants are now directly colluding with social-media platforms to censor disfavored speakers and viewpoints, including by pressuring them to censor certain content and speakers, and ‘flagging’ disfavored content and speakers for censorship. These actions violate the First Amendment.

The lawsuit points to big tech’s censorship of Hunter Biden’s laptop, the coronavirus lab-leak theory, and posts calling the efficacy of masks into question as some examples of the alleged collusion.

Perhaps most notoriously, social media platforms aggressively censored an October 14, 2020 New York Post exposé about the contents of the laptop of Hunter Biden, which had been abandoned in a Delaware repair shop and contained compromising photos and email communications about corrupt foreign business deals.

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