Pushing Censorship? Louisiana And Missouri File Suit Against Biden Administration For Colluding With Big Tech To Suppress Political Stories

The Biden Administration has proven to be as corrupt as the day is long

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt in front of the U.S. Supreme Court. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP


The Republican attorneys general of Missouri and Louisiana accused President Joe Biden and other top government officials in a lawsuit Thursday of colluding with social media giants such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube to censor and suppress speech under the guise of combating dangerous misinformation.

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt and Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry filed the suit in an attempt to demonstrate the Biden administration’s alleged work with Big Tech companies to suppress speech pertaining to COVID-19-related information, election integrity, and other topics unfairly.


The lawsuit claims that Biden and his supporters, during the 2020 election campaign and now in office, have directly worked with executives and employees of Big Tech companies to censor content related to controversial political debates over the past two years.

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