Attorney General Finally Takes On 'Vast Censorship Enterprise'- Big Tech And Their Daddy Biden
Free speech is under attack. Every day, Big Tech and the Biden administration are chipping away at our First Amendment rights, and it’s time we take a stand.
We already know the evidence: tens of thousands of pages of records, hundreds of pages of depositions, and the key piece of evidence that shows how the White House pressured social media platforms to suppress conservative voices – all of which the Missouri and Louisiana Attorney Generals have uncovered.
It’s clear that the Biden administration is using Big Tech to control the narrative and censor information from the public. The Media Research Center even found that information was blocked a whopping 275 million times in 2022! And let’s not forget the FBI’s involvement in suppressing the Hunter Biden laptop story.
But it’s not just the Biden administration that’s to blame. Even left-leaning voices like Robert F. Kennedy Jr. were censored by Big Tech – and this despite the fact that his post didn’t violate any platform rules.
So what can we do?
As citizens, we have to keep an eye on Big Tech and the Biden administration – and speak out whenever we see our First Amendment rights violated. Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry summed it up perfectly when he said: “No one is safe when the first amendment is violated.”
We must also stay informed and aware of the ongoing lawsuit between the two states and the Biden administration – because this case is likely to shape the future of free speech for years to come.
At the end of the day, it’s up to us to stand strong for our First Amendment rights. We can’t let Big Tech and the Biden administration censor our voices and our stories. We must fight for our freedom of speech and ensure that it is preserved for generations to come.
One of the most effective things I think we can do is to urge lawmakers to write policies preventing censorship of free speech on social media.