The Supreme Court just Greenlit Government Sponsored Social Media Censorship

The Supreme Court may have just killed free-speech in America with their ruling on one of the most consequential cases in American history.

The case, Murphy v Missouri, saw Republican attorneys general from several states make the argument that Biden’s White House and Surgeon General Vivek Murthy pressured social media companies into taking down specific content related to COVID.

At the time, the Biden regime was forcing social media companies into heavily censoring anything that went against the official narrative on COVID regardless of whether or not it was truthful information that could actually help people.

Rightfully so, the AGs argue that this was infringement on people’s First Amendment rights.

However, apparently the Supreme Court didn’t see things that way, ruling that the plaintiffs in the case did NOT have legal standing to sue the government.

 

In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court’s ruling will effectively ALLOW the federal government to coerce social media companies into removing anything they arbitrarily deem to be “harmful misinformation.”

In prior arguments, the most far-left Justice on the court, Ketanji Brown Jackson, argued in favor of the government using social media companies to censor information they don’t want the masses to get a hold of.

My biggest concern is that your view is that you have the First Amendment hamstringing the government in significant ways in the most important time periods,” she said.

In her eyes, the First Amendment does not protect people from government censorship.. and it seems her radical views won out today.

This is the death of free speech in America as we know it.

Watch the video here to understand more about how big of a deal this is.


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