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The Biden Admin Just Ordered Them To Cough Them Up, Or They’ll….

A judge has granted discovery in the social media collusion lawsuit against Biden and his administration.

What will happen next? 

Now, Biden along with members of his administration and select social media companies has to turn over documents and answer questions within the next 30 days during the discovery phase of a lawsuit that alleges collusion to suppress freedom of speech.

On May 5, the Attorneys General of Louisiana and Missouri, Eric Schmitt and Jeff Landry sued the Biden administration, claiming that members of the administration colluded with social media companies to suppress debate on a number of issues, including the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 election, and more.

Finally on Tuesday, 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 Attorneys General Schmitt and Landry.

The Attorneys General were seeking any communications and documents between the Biden administration and tech companies, including Google, Facebook, and Twitter.

Here is what Schmitt said, who is running for the United States Senate seat being vacated by Republican Sen. Roy Blunt, in a release:

“The Court granted our motion for discovery, paving the way for my Office to gather important documents to get to the bottom of that alleged collusion – this is a huge development.” 

“We are very happy with the ruling permitting discovery into the federal government’s plan to turn itself into speech police, Louisiana Solicitor General Liz Murrill told the Daily Caller News Foundation.

Gina McCarthy, a senior adviser to President Joe Biden, called for tech companies to increase their censorship of certain viewpoints on the environment in June. Republican Rep. Lance Gooden of Texas launched a probe into the alleged collusion Wednesday, citing McCarthy’s remarks.

The suit also contends that suppression constitutes government action and violates the freedom of speech protected by the First Amendment.

Source: TheDailyCaller

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