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 July 20, 2023

Louisiana federal judge upholds Americans' 1st Amendment rights

President Joe Biden and his administration attempted to establish a "Ministry of Truth" that would have trampled all over Americans' First Amendment rights. 

Thankfully, a Louisiana-based federal court judge recently upheld our First Amendment rights, protecting them from being disturbed by the government, Fox News reported.

Fox News noted:

Judge Terry Doughty said the case, Missouri v. Biden, "arguably involves the most massive attack against free speech in United States’ history."

In the federal judge's decision, multiple government agencies and sections would be banned from communicating with, "[S]ocial-media companies for the purpose of urging, encouraging, pressuring, or inducing in any manner the removal, deletion, suppression, or reduction of content containing protected free speech posted on social-media platforms."

The ruling covered many bases, and banned the government from working with outside institutions to violate "protected free speech."

Social media reacted to the news, as the case generated a mountain of bombshell revelations.

"Unbelievable. Through our discovery process and depositions in Missouri v. Biden, we uncovered that the FBI was holding monthly, then weekly meetings with social media companies warning of a 'Russian hack and leak operation' when they knew the laptop was real," Sen. Eric Schmitt (R-MO) tweeted.

Fox News noted:

Missouri and Louisiana, alongside five individual plaintiffs, including Jim Hoft who runs The Gateway Pundit and two infectious disease epidemiologists, challenged the alleged collusion of the Biden administration with social-media platforms like Twitter and Facebook.

"Our case, Missouri v. Biden, revealed how the FBI and DHS were responsible for the silencing of the Hunter Biden laptop story. Absolutely despicable," Missouri AG Andrew Bailey tweeted. 

The judge went on to say that most of the free speech that was suppressed was conservative speech.

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) tweeted, "The recent federal court injunction in Missouri v. Biden to stop the federal government from colluding with big tech to censor protected speech is EXACTLY what my new legislation will accomplish."

Written By:
Ryan Ledendecker

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