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Sunday, April 14, 2024

Fauci, Jean-Pierre Forced to Testify over Big Tech Collusion

The Biden administration asserted that executive privilege protects their communications...

(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced on Tuesday that a court will force White House Chief Medical Advisor Anthony Fauci and White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre to testify in a lawsuit alleging the Biden administration’s collusion with social media companies to silence COVID-19 dissent.

Two states, Missouri and Louisiana, signed onto the lawsuit against President Joe Biden, the Department of Health and Human Services and numerous other agencies and officials.

The complaint hinges on emails that show Biden administration officials communicating with Big Tech firms about removing so-called “misinformation.”

Louisiana District Court Judge Terry A. Doughty, a Trump nominee, ordered that Fauci and Jean-Pierre turn over their “communications about alleged suppression of speech relating to the lab-leak theory of COVID-19’s origin, and to alleged suppression of speech about the efficiency of masks and COVID-19 lockdowns.”

The Biden administration asserted that executive privilege protects their communications, but the judge sided with the plaintiffs because they requested external communications between government officials and private businesses, not internal White House communications.

Fauci and Jean-Pierre will have to submit answers to written questions under oath within three weeks.

Schmitt shared several smoking-gun emails, which prove corporate-government collusion, on Twitter.

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