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Missouri and Louisiana Attorney Generals Depose Dr. Anthony Fauci for Suppressing COVID Dialogue

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) director, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the mysterious face of the poor management of the COVID epidemic, was questioned on Wednesday by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt and Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry. The case, titled Missouri vs. Biden, asserts that the Biden White House and its sycophants are closely collaborating with social media companies to quell the discussion of COVID and other failures of the administration.

“Tomorrow, along with my colleague from Louisiana, my Office and I will depose Dr. Anthony Fauci in our lawsuit against the Biden Administration for allegedly colluding with social media companies to censor freedom of speech,” said Attorney General Schmitt. “Since we filed our landmark lawsuit, we have uncovered documents and discovery that show clear coordination between the Biden Administration and social media companies on censoring speech, but we’re not done yet. We plan to get answers on behalf of the American people. Stay tuned.”

“We all deserve to know how involved Dr. Fauci was in the censorship of the American people during the COVID pandemic; tomorrow, I hope to find out. And I will continue fighting for the truth as it relates to Big Government colluding with Big Tech to stifle free speech,” added Attorney General Landry.

Missouri and Louisiana filed this historic lawsuit in May 2022. Since then, they have been provided with evidence that shows the federal government and the Biden Administration have collaborated with social media firms to censor people on issues such as COVID-19 and other topics. 

The matter is connected to an order for the deposition of former Biden press puppet Jen Psaki.

The unfortunate thing is that Fauci's upcoming perjury trial is not going to be on audio or video. The concept of watching him answer questions without a Democratic committee chairman coming to his aid would be a good idea for pay-per-view.

Although many progressives have laughed at this particular case, it's likely to be one of the country's most significant free-speech cases. If virtual communication monopolies such as Twitter, Meta (or whatever they're calling it this week), and Google can take instructions from the government regarding which speech to ban, does the concept of free speech even exist?

It’s obvious that Big Tech is on the warpath to suppress conservative voices.

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