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Big Tech Censorship Case Heads to U.S. Supreme Court

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A lawsuit has been filed by Louisiana and Missouri against the Biden administration over allegations of unconstitutional censorship of domestic speech through pressure on social media companies.

The lawsuit presented over 100 pages of evidence showing “unrelenting pressure” from the White House to force platforms to censor voices critical of the government’s narrative, beyond existing policies.

While the administration claimed platforms acted independently, evidence showed a years-long campaign dating back to 2017 involving government agencies threatening legislation or “annihilating” businesses if platforms did not comply.

A district court and appeals court affirmed the government’s actions violated the First Amendment.

However, the administration intends to continue such conduct, demonstrating the importance of the case now before the Supreme Court.

The discovery process uncovered extensive suppression of protected speech, striking at the core of American liberty.

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