The Biden Administration has officially filed a notice of appeal in the Missouri v. Biden censorship case after a federal judge issued a preliminary injunction order barring government officials from contacting social media companies to suppress lawful speech
The federal government, led by Joe Biden, is really going to fight in court for the right to censor people on the internet that disagree with their policies in direct violation of the US Constitution.
This is the biggest scandal in American history and Biden should be immediately impeached, convicted, and removed from office. This is not a partisan issue but an American one.
Federal Judge Terry Doughty issued the injunction over the 4th of July holiday against the Biden administration from censoring online content.
Officials affected by this ruling include Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, Jen Easterly, who heads the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, and dozens of other Department of Justice and FBI employees.
“During the COVID-19 pandemic, a period perhaps best characterized by widespread doubt and uncertainty, the United States Government seems to have assumed a role similar to an Orwellian ‘Ministry of Truth,’” Judge Doughty wrote.
“This targeted suppression of conservative ideas is a perfect example of viewpoint discrimination of political speech,” he said. “American citizens have the right to engage in free debate about the significant issues affecting the country.”
The judge’s opinion in Missouri v. Biden on July 4th, found Biden and his admin were involved in “far-reaching and widespread censorship campaign.”
Missouri Senator Eric Schmitt said, “A Federal Judge in Missouri v. Biden just granted a preliminary injunction prohibiting the FBI, DOJ, DHS & other agencies from working with Big Tech to censor on social media Big win for the First Amendment on this Independence Day.
“I’m proud to have led the fight.”Robert F Kennedy Jr said, “There has never been a time in history when the people who were censoring free speech, and books, and burning books were good guys.”
Former Attorney General Eric Holder gave up the game when he trashed the ruling:
“Well, this is pretty stupid. And potentially dangerous,” Holder said.