Lawsuit reveals vast censorship scheme by Big Tech and the federal government

A little-noticed federal lawsuit, Missouri v. Biden, is uncovering astonishing evidence of an entrenched censorship scheme cooked up between the federal government and Big Tech that would make Communist China proud.

So far, 67 officials or agencies — including the FBI — have been accused in the lawsuit of violating the First Amendment by pressuring Facebook, Twitter and Google to censor users for alleged misinformation or disinformation.

Victims of the Biden-Big Tech “censorship enterprise” include The Post, whose Hunter Biden laptop exposé was suppressed by Facebook and then Twitter in October 2020 after the FBI went to Facebook, warning it with great specificity to watch out for a “dump” of Russian disinformation, pertaining to Joe Biden, with an uncanny resemblance to our stories.

“We allege that top-ranking Biden administration officials colluded with those social media companies to suppress speech about the Hunter Biden laptop story, the origins of COVID-19, the efficacy of masks, and election integrity,” is how the lawsuit was summarized by intrepid Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt, who is leading the action.

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The heart of this “censorship enterprise” is mind-control. The thoughts and thought processes of most Americans are controlled by Big Tech, MSM, bought-and-sold celebrities, pseudoscientists, academics with no integrity, liars. It is the nature of language and culture that whoever seizes the high-ground of being able to define what things mean and what should be talked about wins. “When you have them by the balls language and culture, their hearts and minds will follow.” ABN

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