(READ) Judge: Biden administration likely guilty of ‘Orwellian’ censorship

The following is an excerpt from Politico.

A federal judge in Louisiana ruled Tuesday that the Biden administration likely violated the First Amendment by censoring unfavorable views on social media over the course of the coronavirus pandemic, calling the efforts “Orwellian.”

U.S. District Court Judge Terry Doughty also issued a sweeping preliminary injunction barring numerous federal officials and agencies — including Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre and all employees of the Justice Department and FBI — from having any contact with social media firms for the purpose of discouraging or removing First Amendment-protected speech. (Continued…)

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Read the Preliminary Injunction here.

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6 thoughts on “(READ) Judge: Biden administration likely guilty of ‘Orwellian’ censorship”

  1. That is for a jury to decide the innocence or guilt of those involved, Indict and arrest. Biden needs the opportunity to explain his actions. Of course he has the right not to incriminate himself.

    1. Kevin,

      “Explain his actions” to whom—a corrupt
      DOJ and jury, or MORONIC and INEPT
      Conservatives ? :

      Forwarded Message :
      Dear Editor,

      Re : Incredibly Inept Conservative Leaders

      – Ray Epps ! / Ray Epps ! / Ray Epps ! / Ray Epps ! = Deep State –

      Conservatives, in totality,
      ARE MORONIC—for not
      CONSTANTLY referencing /
      naming / citing Jan. 6th,
      Deep State, Crowd-Control
      Provocateur Ray Epps !

      Even those Sunday
      news shows were
      BEREFT of Rightists
      simply blurting out,
      at every interview
      question, about Jan.
      6th :

      R a y E p p s !

      Are you so MORONIC,
      as well—dear editor ?


  2. I would strongly urge everyone to READ the ruling. Yes, it’s long. Yes, it sometimes gets technical.
    But it’s no exaggeration to say that it’s the most important ruling to date in the lives of any currently-living people. The word “historic” is thrown around a lot, but this ruling is trule historic.

    Universities could devote entire classes to studying this piece of American History and Law. The government was out of control, stomping on the rights of EVERY American to both speak and hear the speech of others, and instead of having the country thrown into a bloody revolution (which still might happen), these Plaintiffs and this Judge stood up and said enough is too much.

  3. About time.
    THIS addresses the real ‘threat to our democracy’ that politicians and media propagandists continually erroneously identify.

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