For years now, right-wing politicians and citizens have all wondered the same thing: am I being unfairly suppressed on social media? Why does it feel like all these companies are blatantly biased?
This has resulted in numerous investigations into massive corporations like Google, Facebook and Twitter. There are also alleged connections between these companies and the Biden administration.
And Now, A Federal Court Has Ruled That The Latter Issue Must Be Revealed.
Back in May, there was a report that Biden senior adviser Gina McCarthy asked tech companies to amp up censorship of certain views. Obviously, most assumed she was referring to Conservative stances.
Immediately after, citing McCarthy’s comments, Rep. Lance Gooden (TX) launched an investigation into this alleged connection between government and Big Tech.
And today, in what Republican Sen. Roy Blunt said is a “huge development,” a federal court demanded that the Biden Administration Turn Over All Communication With Tech Company Senior Officials.
Via The Daily Caller:
Federal District Court Judge Terry Doughy of the United States District Court in the Western District of Louisiana issued the order granting discovery sought by Republican Attorneys General Eric Schmitt of Missouri and Jeff Landry of Louisiana.
Schmitt and Landry sued the Biden administration on May 5, claiming that members of the administration colluded with social media companies to suppress debate on a number of issues, including the C19 pandemic, the 2020 election and more.