Judge Orders White House To Turn Over ‘Misinformation’ Emails Fauci & Jean-Pierre Sent To Big Tech


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A federal judge has ordered the White House to turn over messages discussing misinformation and content censorship with social media companies.
On Tuesday, US District Judge Terry Doughty ordered the Biden administration to hand over communications from top ranking officials, including Dr Anthony Fauci and White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre.
He gave the White House 21 days to comply.
The ruling stems from a lawsuit alleging that the Biden administration colluded with big tech companies to censor covid-19 comments that weren’t in line with the official narrative.

The Defender reports: The ruling stems from a lawsuit filed earlier this year by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt and Louisiana Attorney General Jeffrey Landry alleging the Biden administration colluded with Big Tech firms Twitter, Meta (Facebook’s parent company), Youtube, Instagram and LinkedIn to censor certain viewpoints under the guise of preventing the circulation of “misinformation” or “disinformation.”