BREAKING: Judge Grants Permission For Missouri And Louisiana’s Attorneys General To Depose Anthony Fauci
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Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt and Louisiana Attorney General Jeffrey Martin Landry have been given the go-ahead to depose Anthony Fauci and a number of other Biden officials.
The United States District Court for the Western District of Louisiana has granted the request from the AGs from Missouri and Louisiana to depose top-ranking officials in the federal government.
They filed a lawsuit against top-ranking Biden Administration officials for alleged collusion with Big Tech and others to suppress freedom of speech.
The list of Biden officials who will be deposed by the GOP AGs includes the following:
Dr. Anthony Fauci, former White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, Director of White House Digital Strategy Rob Flaherty, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Director Jen Easterly, and FBI Supervisory Special Agent Elvis Chan.
Attorney General Schmitt said, “After finding documentation of a collusive relationship between the Biden Administration and social media companies to censor free speech, we immediately filed a motion to get these officials under oath.”
On his website, Schmitt elaborates on the case and his resolve to end the censorship of Americans on social media.
“We have already received a number of documents that clearly prove that the federal government has an incestuous relationship with social media companies and clearly coordinate to censor freedom of speech, but we’re not done.”
He goes on to say, “The Department of Justice is cowering behind executive privilege and has refused to turn over communications between the highest-ranking Biden Administration officials and social media companies. That’s why, yesterday, we asked the Court to compel the Department of Justice to produce those records. We’re just getting started – stay tuned.”
Americans who know history, know that censorship is just the beginning of a path toward tyranny.
Censorship is defined as suppressing things deemed objectionable or offensive towards good taste or manners.
Is censorship sometimes necessary? Yes, we want to keep children sheltered from things like bad language or harmful internet content.
But what these government officials are trying to do is leading us toward ignorance and intolerance.
The AGs, in filing this suit, are reminding us that, “It is high time we shine a light on this censorship enterprise and force these officials to come clean to the American people, and this ruling will allow us to do just that.”
They are fighting for America and the principles on which our nation was founded.
“We’ll keep pressing for the truth.”
“Throughout this case, we have uncovered a disturbing amount of collusion between Big Tech and Big Government,” said AG Landry. “This egregious attack on our First Amendment will be met with an equally full-hearted defense of the rights of the American people.”
They have added 47 additional defendants to the lawsuit since its origination. These include FBI agents and top-ranking White House officials.
“We’re also asking the Court to allow our offices to take depositions to question these officials under oath. We’re only just getting started.”