The Biden regime is sweating bullets as the Supreme Court inches closer to shutting down this authoritarian propaganda scheme

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Joe Biden is overseeing one of the most authoritarian governments in American history.

The regime is going to extreme lengths to restrict working class Americans’ God-given natural rights.

And now the Biden regime is sweating bullets as the Supreme Court inches closer to shutting down this authoritarian propaganda scheme.

COVID-19 ushered in a censorship imperative that threatens our nation

In 2020, it became clear that there was a major issue with Free Speech in America. 

The COVID-19 pandemic created a justification for the ruling class elites in Washington, D.C. to engage in the censorship of certain information and individuals on social media.

Then the censorship began to spread to posts related to Hunter Biden’s infamous “laptop from hell,” and concerns over election integrity.

Fast forward three years and Americans saw two states’ Attorneys General pushing back in a major way. 

Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey and Louisiana Attorney General Liz Murrill sued the Biden regime for colluding with Big Tech companies, like Facebook and Twitter, to restrict the facts and opinions online.

The AGs argued that the Biden federal government’s actions are impacting people who should be seen as reputable sources. 

“Not just fringe views, but perfectly legitimate, responsible viewpoints and speakers have been unlawfully and unconstitutionally silenced in the modern public square,” the lawsuit argued.

“There is no evidence to suggest that the government’s meddling has ceased…”

Trump-appointed U.S. District Judge Terry Doughty took action against the Biden regime in response to the lawsuit. 

Doughty temporarily barred all federal contact with social media companies with “the purpose of urging, encouraging, pressuring, or inducing in any manner the removal, deletion, suppression, or reduction of content containing protected free speech posted on social-media platforms.”

The ruling made exceptions for issues of national security, ongoing investigations, extortion, or threats against public safety.

Doughtry’s ruling was upheld by a panel of judges on the Fifth Circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals in September.

The panel issued an opinion stating that the “plaintiffs have shown a substantial risk that the injuries they suffered in the past will reoccur… and there is no evidence to suggest that the government’s meddling has ceased.” 

In fact, the federal government’s own attorney admitted that they are still “in regular contact with social-media platforms” to work on content moderation.

Now, the pressure is building as the world’s largest Christian broadcasters’ association is stepping in.

“Government may not seek to suppress speech of any citizen — full stop”

The National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) have stepped in to ask the Supreme Court to ensure that federal agencies “may never seek to suppress protected speech,” even in circumstances deemed to be of national security interest. 

The request was made in an amicus brief for the case of Vivek H. Murthy et al v. State of Missouri et al. 

“There is no effort by the government to contend that the speech that they sought to suppress was unprotected by the First Amendment,” the brief read. ‘Nor could such a claim be taken seriously.”

NRB argues that the Biden regime is trying to “accomplish a form of censorship by using third party intermediaries rather than by enacting laws with direct enforcement.”

The contention is that if they had tried to take the route of passing laws in support of the censorship then they would be struck down by the courts as unconstitutional. 

Troy Miller, President and CEO of NRB, said that “the government may not seek to suppress the speech of any citizen—full stop.”

“This includes indirect suppression of speech, like telling social media outlets, or other publishers, that they should not allow offending messages to be delivered to the public,” he added.

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.