The Democrats may finally be held accountable for their use of big tech to help them silence their political opponents and influence the 2020 election.
A judge has ordered members of the Biden administration, including press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre and Dr. Anthony Fauci to hand over their emails sent to officials at social media companies as the courts look to put an end to the Democrat Party’s collusion with big tech.
The lawsuit, set forth by Attorneys General Eric Schmitt of Missouri and Jeff Landry of Louisiana, accused the Biden admin of working with social media behemoths in order to censor freedom of speech under the guise of controlling “misinformation.”
“This Court believes Plaintiffs are entitled to external communications by Jean-Pierre and Dr. Fauci in their capacities as White House Press Secretary and Chief Medical Advisor to the President to third-party social media platforms,” the judge wrote.
The lawsuit states that the White House worked to censor the truth about things like the COVID-19 pandemic and the elections among much more.
The two AGs argued that “Under the First Amendment, the federal Government should have no role in policing private speech or picking winners and losers in the marketplace of ideas. But that is what federal officials are doing, on a massive scale — a scale whose full scope and impact is yet to be determined.”
Schmitt and Landry said they have ?identified at least 45 people within HHS and the Department of Homeland Security who communicated with social media companies about “misinformation?.?”
Meanwhile, the White House has been dodging questions on the judge’s order, with Jean-Pierre saying she “can’t comment on ongoing litigation” before admitting that the administration has indeed worked with social media companies to provide so-called “accurate news.”
To see how this lawsuit could finally turn the tide on big-tech censorship, watch the video here.