Jim Jordan just sent a powerful message to Big Tech with this key move

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Over the last several decades, the federal government has ballooned in size. 

As a result, the well-equipped federal government tramples on the rights of Americans, finding new and creative ways to do so every day. 

And Jim Jordan just sent a powerful message to Big Tech with this key move. 

Joe Biden got a fresh new headache after members of Congress submitted this brief 

Since the current Congress formed a little over a year ago, several House committees have turned up piles of evidence, indicating that Joe Biden has greatly expanded the federal government’s censorship apparatus. 

More specifically, Joe Biden and his Administration allegedly coerced private technology and social media companies to censor Americans online for simply standing in the way of their radical political agenda. 

This matter now sits with the United States Supreme Court via the Murthy v. Missouri case, which many legal experts believe could set an important precedent regarding the federal government’s role in monitoring speech online. 

Just the other day, Congressman Jim Jordan and 44 members of Congress, with the help of the America First Legal group (AFL), submitted a brief to the Supreme Court, siding with the plaintiffs. 

In the brief, the 45 members of Congress claim, “Wielding threats of intervention, the executive branch of the federal government has engaged in a sustained effort to coerce private parties into censoring speech on matters of public concern.”

The brief adds, “Because the Biden Administration has repeatedly used government coercion to stifle public debate—and the injunction below rightfully halts the Administration’s unlawful conduct—the Court should affirm.” 

The aforementioned injunction refers to U.S. District Judge Terry Doughty’s indictment, preventing the federal government from colluding with private companies to circumvent the First Amendment rights of Americans online. 

Judge Terry Doughty issued this indictment on July 4, 2023, which the Joe Biden administration immediately appealed.  This matter now sits in the hands of the Supreme Court. 

Congressman Jim Jordan issued a statement on the recently filed brief, claiming, “The First Amendment is first for a reason… Through our constitutional oversight, we have uncovered evidence that the Biden Administration directed and coerced Big Tech companies to censor content online and even books.” 

He added, “With the Supreme Court set to hear one of the most important free speech cases in years, 45 Senators and Representatives filed this brief to share Congress’s findings and urge the Court to uphold the free speech rights of American citizens.”

Joe Biden has proven that he will not give up on his censorship agenda

Rather than refute the allegations of abusing the federal government to censor Americans online, Joe Biden and his cronies have gone as far as to defend their censorship infrastructure. 

Many on the Left place an alarming emphasis on combating the threat of things they deem as “misinformation”, which has often revealed itself as nothing more than preventing speech that gets in the way of Joe Biden’s agenda. 

All eyes are on the Supreme Court, whose ruling in the Murthy v. Missouri case could set a powerful precedent regarding the Left’s crusade to combat so-called “misinformation.” 

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for more updates to this ongoing story.

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