Free speech is an inviolable, sacred right, not issued by any government or other assorted bodies of anthropomorphic parasites—it comes from God.
Originally, they lost the case on July 4, 2023, when a lower court judge ruled that the Biden administration likely violated the First Amendment rights of Americans by colluding with social media companies to censor free speech.
More recently, the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the ruling of the lower court, but the tyrants in the Biden administration just won’t quit.
According to recent court filings, the Biden administration has filed an appeal and Missouri v. Biden is now heading to the Supreme Court of The United States of America:
The Big Tech censorship case Missouri v Biden has been filed in the SUPREME COURT following a stay by SCOTUS Justice Samuel Alito.
The Biden administration is appealing the federal court's injunction in order to continue its censorship campaign against the American… pic.twitter.com/Bmt6EhlVRZ
— Kyle Becker (@kylenabecker) September 14, 2023
Physician, author, and medical journalist Aaron Kheriaty welcomed the Biden admin’s challenge: “The government filed a motion to stay the injunction in Missouri v. Biden. Translation: we’re going to the Supreme Court. I am confident that SCOTUS will concur with the district and appellate court rulings to halt the government’s censorship regime. Onwards!”
BREAKING: The government filed a motion to stay the injunction in Missouri v. Biden. Translation: we're going to the Supreme Court. I am confident that SCOTUS will concur with the district and appellate court rulings to halt the government's censorship regime. Onwards!
— Aaron Kheriaty (@AaronKheriatyMD) September 14, 2023
The Hill had more on the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling:
In short, acts of “coerced censorship” by the platforms since early 2021 are now attributable to the federal government.
This allows First Amendment free speech claims filed by Missouri, Louisiana and several individuals to proceed against officials like Surgeon General Vivek H. Murthy and White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre.
“I really hope the Supreme Court takes Missouri v. Biden. SCOTUS is the custodian and guarantor of our First Amendment rights, and it’s time for the judges to deliver a constitutional drop-kick to the state-supported censorship industry,” Dinesh D’Souza said.
I really hope the Supreme Court takes Missouri v. Biden. SCOTUS is the custodian and guarantor of our First Amendment rights, and it’s time for the judges to deliver a constitutional drop-kick to the state-supported censorship industry!
— Dinesh D'Souza (@DineshDSouza) August 11, 2023
Journalist Benjamin Weingarten highlights this specific passage in the recent court filing from the Biden administration’s lawyers.
Pretty sure SCOTUS will not look favorably upon this line either when it sees the evidence flying in the face of the feds' claims pic.twitter.com/CGFjVjse6Z
— Benjamin Weingarten (@bhweingarten) September 14, 2023
Law And Crime reports:
In the application, U.S. Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar asked the high court to put on hold the district court-issued injunction “as modified by the Fifth Circuit” pending the “disposition” of the writ of certiorari that the government intends to file with SCOTUS by Oct. 13.
Prelogar began by asserting that the Fifth Circuit’s decision last Friday propped up “an unprecedented injunction installing the United States District Court for the Western District of Louisiana as the superintendent of the Executive Branch’s communications with and about social-media platforms.