Permission to conduct an investigation into Big Tech’s collusion with the Biden administration has just been granted for Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt’s office. This marks a HUGE step toward Big Tech’s accountability for taking political sides.
‘Government can’t outsource its censorship to Big Tech,’ Missouri attorney general states.
Biden, Psaki, Dr. Fauci, and Nina Jankowicz were named as defendants by AG Schmitt together with Louisiana AG Jeff Landry. This group of individuals has been accused of colluding with Big Tech to remove messages on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter under the guise of eliminating “misinformation”.
The lawsuit alleges that the federal government violated constitutional rights to suppress free speech in “one of its greatest assaults by federal government officials in the Nation’s history.”
The defendants allegedly “coerced, threatened, and pressured social media platforms to censor disfavored speakers and viewpoints by using threats of adverse government action,” according to the filing.
You can view the full copy of the lawsuit here.
The Gateway Pundit explains the lawsuit in further detail:
The Gateway Pundit provided a large amount of evidence of Big Tech’s censorship of the prominent news website to Attorney General Eric Schmitt’s Office, and AG Schmitt filed the evidence with the Court.
In the lawsuit, the Biden Administration has fought tooth-and-nail to stop Attorney General Schmitt from getting justice not only for citizens of Missouri, but also for all of us in the US, and to stop actually Fascist (that is governmentally sponsored, Big Tech) censorship of our speech and thoughts.
AMAZINGLY, the federal judge in the suit guaranteed that AG Schmitt could conduct a critical series of investigations into no less than five (5) tech companies of his choice.
Eric Schmitt’s office can see documents and depose executives!
This is a massive development that we will be following and Gateway Pundit will be bringing you updates.
As of now, Attorney General Schmitt of Missouri has chance to blow this whole fascist censorship campaign wide-open.
We wish him and the Attorney General of Louisiana, Jeff Landry, Godspeed in their investigation.
This is the best chance we have to uncover the truth.
It’ll be quite a big deal if the allegations are true, as the First Amendment provides that “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”