President Biden Suffers Major Court Loss
Right-wing leaders have been accusing the White House and large tech companies, like Google and Facebook, of censoring conservative points of view for years. This includes some of the most well-known names in the social media industry, such as Twitter and Meta.
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Now, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt is working to bring legal action against the administration of former President Joe Biden over allegations of coordination with social media. And Schmitt’s group was just victorious in a game that was very important.
The judge presiding over the case has decided that the administration of former President Joe Biden is required to hand over all records pertaining to key officials. These records will include any and all communication that took place between elected officials and large tech conglomerates.
Included in the lawsuit are prominent figures such as Dr. Anthony Fauci and the current press secretary at the White House, Karine Jean-Pierre. It’s a notable win because it means the government must cooperate with the lawsuit and provide evidence of communication. There could be information in these records of the aforementioned coordination.
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According to the ruling written by U.S. District Judge Terry A. Doughty, the plaintiffs are entitled to external communications by Karine Jean Pierre and Dr. Anthony Fauci. As a consequence of this, he has decided to issue an order requiring both parties to provide answers to the Plaintiff’s interrogatories and document requests within twenty-one (21) days from the date of this order.”
In addition to that, Judge Doughty issued an order mandating that the Biden administration hand over any records that were held by the deputy assistant secretary for public engagement at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), as well as any other high-ranking officials in the District of Columbia.
Schmitt asserts that the Department of Justice was able to identify 45 federal officials who had misinformation-related conversations with social media companies. The companies in question are those in the social media industry, including Meta, Twitter, and YouTube.The attorney general of Missouri concluded his remarks by stating that citizens of the United States deserve to see the truth, despite the fact that a large number of conservatives already believe they are aware of the truth, namely that they have been suppressed for a number of years.
We have witnessed a large number of accusations of content being censored, accounts being banned, and some posts being completely removed, with the company providing little to no explanation for any of these actions. In addition to that, it appears that the content always includes conservative points of view.
As a result of right-wing citizens’ perception that they are being continuously persecuted for simply voicing their opinions, Big Tech has been the subject of a great deal of scrutiny for some time now. And if the administration of Joe Biden really did assist in this coordinated suppression of certain beliefs, then we have a major problem on our hands. And AG Schmitt, along with a great number of other people, demand answers.