A federal judge has ordered the Brandon regime to comply with discovery requests pertaining to a new lawsuit against White House chief medical adviser Tony Fauci, Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, and others who are accused of conspiring with Big Tech to trample people’s First Amendment rights online.
The legal filing says government officials worked quietly with employees at Twitter and other major social media companies (i.e., Facebook) to silence truthful information about a variety of topics, most notably the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19).
Fauci, who has headed the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), is said to have held a secret meeting with scientists who not long after worked overtime to try to discredit the idea that the Fauci Flu may have originated in a Chinese laboratory.
At the very same time, Fauci was also conversing with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg about ways to silence the free speech rights of the company’s users.
In the judge’s request, Fauci is being ordered to identify all of his co-conspirators who were or are communicating with Big Tech companies concerning censorship strategies. The judge wants all such communications about content moderation and “misinformation,” as well as all meetings, to be fully disclosed.
All communications with Zuckerberg pertaining to the Great Barrington Declaration (GBD) starting on Jan. 1, 2020, also need to be presented. (Related: Check out our earlier coverage about the more than 30,000 health experts who signed the Great Barrington Declaration.)
The Great Barrington Declaration, which condemns the plandemic tyranny, was authored by Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, Martin Kulldorff and Dr. Sunetra Gupta. Both Fauci and former National Institutes of Health (NIH) head Francis Collins criticized the Declaration publicly and in private, we now know.
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White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre also received discovery requests from the judge, as did former Disinformation Governance Board chief Nina Jankowicz; Jen Easterly, director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency; and agencies including the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The suit is led by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt and Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry, who reportedly also served subpoenas to Meta, Facebook’s parent company; YouTube, which is owned by Google; Twitter; Instagram; and LinkedIn.
The subpoenas require all recipients to provide the requested documents before August 17.
Those documents reference how Jen Psaki, Jean-Pierre’s predecessor, admitted publicly back in July 2021 that officials from the regime were “in regular touch with these social media platforms” and that “we’re flagging problematic posts for Facebook that spread disinformation.”
In a statement, Schmitt said that he and Landry are committed to fighting to “get to the bottom of this alleged collusion and expose the suppression of freedom of speech by social media giants at the behest of top-ranking government officials.”
Not only the government needs to be held accountable but also the medical and pharmaceutical establishments, which also colluded with the regime and Big Tech to push deadly interventions like masks and “vaccines.”
“I am very sad for those who drank the Kool-Aid and followed the advice of people like Fauci and his corrupt organizations,” wrote a commenter at The Epoch Times.
“These people need to be held accountable for their abuse of power during the scamdemic,” wrote another.
“This is a start,” piped in someone else. “Their cumulative actions have nearly destroyed this country. Millions have died and will still die in the future as a result of their greed and bloodlust.”
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