March 3, 2024

Supreme Court Could Be Poised To End Government Collusion With Big Tech

America's Supreme Court is set to examine what could end up being one of the most important cases in American history:

Murthy v. Missouri.

The district court that first took up this case called the situation the "most massive attack against free speech in United States history."

Well, it had now reached the Supreme Court, so that court wasn't wrong.

If the Supreme Court does decide to rule in favor of common sense on this issue, then it would certainly be one of the biggest blows that America's Democratic Party has ever received.

Many Americans feel as though the 2020 election might not have been on the level.

Even if whatever happened was technically legal, many people are suggesting that the way social media handled the 2020 election and issues related to the pandemic thereafter was EXTREMELY beneficial to Democrats.

It was uncovered after Elon Musk purchased Twitter that the top officials at the social media company had been conspiring with liberal politicians to make sure that they were able to take advantage of social media in ways that Republicans and critics of the Biden administration were never allowed to.

Don't let yourself be fooled into thinking the characters at the top of everything weren't involved up to their necks.

We have confirmation that at top administration officials were involved in talks with Big Tech companies about what they were or were not allowed to do and the viewpoints they should and should not permit on their platforms.

The White House's National Digital Strategy Director Rob Flaherty even told Google at one point that such concerns had been "shared at the highest (and I mean the highest) levels of the WH," implicating Joe Biden in this whole mess.

Don't let Biden, Obama, Clinton, and the rest of the liberal elite pretend their hands are clean.

They've been conspiring against ordinary Americans for quite some time now, and they've been using Big Tech to do it.

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