Biden's efforts to censor speech on social media backfire in court

 October 6, 2023

Tuesday evening, President Joe Biden and his administration were again defeated in federal court over the government's censorship of social media content. 

According to a report by Town Hall, Attorney General of Missouri Andrew Bailey, who has been fighting the Biden administration and defending the First Amendment rights of all Americans, revealed the news on "X."

The Attorney General's Announcement

"We’ve just obtained an injunction against CISA, an agency within the Department of Homeland Security, that blocks them from violating the First Amendment rights of millions of Americans,” Bailey said. “The order also applies to the White House, Surgeon General, CDC, and FBI.

“If you don't remember, the Fifth Circuit already handed down a court order blocking the Biden Administration from silencing disfavored viewpoints.”

The attorney general pointed out that the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), which is housed at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was originally not included in the Fifth Circuit's order.

“We filed a motion asking the Fifth Circuit to include CISA in their court order blocking further First Amendment violations,” Bailey said. “It was granted.

“CISA is the “nerve center” of the vast censorship enterprise, the very entity that worked with the FBI to silence the Hunter Biden laptop story.”

The State's Committment

The state’s top law enforcement officer went on to point out that his state “doesn’t back down” from defending the Constitution.

“Joe Biden has promised to appeal to the United States Supreme Court,” Bailey said. “We look forward to defending your First Amendment rights at the nation's highest court.”

Former Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt, who is now a Republican U.S. Senator, originally submitted the lawsuit against the Biden administration.

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