Feds extorted social media to censor by threatening lucrative ‘hidden subsidy’: AGs lawsuit

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(Worthy News) – Congressional Democrats and White House officials cowed social media platforms into censoring disfavored narratives on COVID-19, elections and Hunter Biden by threatening “a hidden subsidy worth billions of dollars,” according to documents filed Monday in a lawsuit against the Biden administration.

Suing under the First Amendment and the Administrative Procedure Act, the plaintiffs — the Missouri and Louisiana attorneys general joined by censored doctors — filed a supplemental brief in support of a motion for preliminary injunction and 364-page proposed findings of fact that cite depositions and internal communications of current and former officials in the FBI and Departments of Health and Human Services, Homeland Security, and State.

New Civil Liberties Alliance senior litigation counsel John Vecchione, who is representing the doctors, called it “the most comprehensive description linked to testimony and evidence of the federal government’s massive pressure and control of social media companies to remove information, even true information that the government did not like, from the public square.” [ Source: Just the News (Read More…) ]

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