The GOP-led House “weaponization of federal government” committee is throwing its support behind several states going after the Biden regime.
It’s all part of an effort to crack down on federal government censorship of Americans.
And Rep. Jim Jordan dropped smoking-gun evidence in a lawsuit that has Joe Biden looking for cover.
Conservatives didn’t miss Joe Biden’s early signs of dementia.
Since the 46th President entered office, the entire world has been distracted by his frequent gaffes, almost non-existent sense of direction, and unique ability to fall up stairs.
But those viral video moments capture only one aspect of Biden’s Presidency.
While he may appear confused and disoriented, Biden has created—or at least his handlers have created—the most radical Leftist administration to ever occupy the White House.
And, attempting to keep the Biden regime’s power in check is a full-time job.
Now thanks to regaining control of the House of Representatives in the Midterm elections, the GOP is finally able to leverage enough power to uncover some of what went down during the 2020 Presidential election and the first two years of Joe Biden’s time in the Oval Office.
Now, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) is throwing his support behind two state Attorneys General in lawsuit proceedings over allegations the Biden administration colluded with Big Tech to violate the First Amendment rights of Americans.
Jordan’s weaponization of government committee weighs in on Missouri v Biden
Jordan unveiled the information he dubbed “The Facebook Files” in posts on X (formerly Twitter).
“Never-before-released internal documents subpoenaed by the Judiciary Committee PROVE that Facebook and Instagram censored posts and changed their content moderation policies because of unconstitutional pressure from the Biden White House,” Jordan announced.
“During the first half of 2021, social media companies like Facebook faced tremendous pressure from the Biden White House—both publicly and privately—to crack down on alleged ‘misinformation,’” he added. “In April 2021, a Facebook employee circulated an email for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg, writing: ‘We are facing continued pressure from external stakeholders, including the [Biden] White House’ to remove posts.”
Ironically, news coverage of that information in the amicus briefing from Jordan’s House Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government filed in the State of Missouri v. Biden court case is already getting special treatment from Google.
Other Big Tech giants look nervous
The world’s biggest search engine seems reluctant to have users even click on a Newsweek article that is clearly skeptical of Jordan’s efforts.
“It looks like the results below are changing quickly,” Google warns at the top of the page. “If this topic is new, it can sometimes take time for reliable sources to publish information.”
The search engine then advises users to “check the source” or “come back later.”
Then the search engine continues by assuring readers that a new version of the facts is sure to emerge at any moment noting that, “Other sources might have more information on this topic in a few hours or days.”
No doubt, that time will show Jordan’s “smoking gun” evidence is the last thing Big Tech wants to have revealed to the world.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.