If you found yourself censored and banned from Google, Twitter, or Facebook, as a patriot, you certainly aren’t alone.
There will soon be justice for the censorship, as evident from President Trump’s class-action lawsuit today.
And now, it looks like President Trump is urging everyday Americans affected to join his lawsuit against Big Tech.
You can visit takeonbigtech.com to join.
Part of the effort on the #FreeSpeech class action lawsuit announced today by Pres. Trump at Bedminster. Take action, join & support them. Freedom is our birthright; America our country. Protect her. #AmericaFirst https://t.co/06dLHMoetW
— TSStewart (@TSStewart2) July 7, 2021
— Agent Brandoe The PipeHitter (@BYounger13) July 7, 2021
Join the lawsuit today! https://t.co/rE2gEvBEwA
— Eric Trump (@EricTrump) July 7, 2021
The website directs you to the America First Policy Institute, which filed the lawsuit in conjunction with President Trump.
The America First Policy Institute has more on President Trump’s class-action lawsuit against Big Tech:
The America First Policy Institute (AFPI) applauds the class action lawsuit filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida by Donald J. Trump, the 45th President of the United States, and other brave patriots representing Americans who have had their First Amendment rights violated by Defendants Facebook, Inc., Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter, Inc., Jack Dorsey, Google LLC, and Sundar Pichai.
Protected by an outdated and misinterpreted Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, these elites and their firms ride roughshod over some of the most fundamental American rights: the right to speak, the right to be heard, and the right to democratic representation. This lawsuit is not the end of that fight: it is a beginning. It’s a fight AFPI is committed to seeing through. AFPI will continue to support everyday Americans’ efforts to hold Big Tech accountable. Every American can share their personal stories of Big Tech censorship or sign up for updates on these historic efforts to protect their First Amendment freedoms at TakeOnBigTech.com.
STATEMENT FROM BROOKE L. ROLLINS, PRESIDENT AND CEO OF AFPI
“There’s not much precedent for an American President taking major-media corporations to court — nor is there much precedent for an American President engaging the judiciary to shape the landscape of American freedoms after his Presidency.
President Trump often remarked that if Big Tech is out to get him, it’s because they’re out to get the American people — and he was just standing in the way. The actions of the Big Tech firms we’re taking to court illustrate the point perfectly. What they’ve done, what they’ve wrought in the past few years staggers the imagination.
ALL Americans need Donald Trump to win — not for what it will mean for him, but for what it will mean for every American man, woman, and child.”
STATEMENT FROM PAM BONDI, CHAIRMAN, CONSTITUTIONAL LITIGATION PARTNERSHIP AT AFPI
“Things have changed over the past several years, and the First Amendment rights of all Americans are on the line in this case. The law and Constitution are on our side. America is the great country that it is because our Constitution protects our freedoms, including freedom from censorship – this lawsuit ensures that those rights are properly defended.”
President Trump may be the lead in the class-action lawsuit, but many others are starting to follow.
Those on Twitter who haven’t been booted are eager to join:
And just like that I've been banished from @LinkedIn – again. We shared no commentary, just links to stories. @LinkedInMktg @LinkedInHelp And yet they still charge me for a premium account. Where do we sign up to join Trump's class action lawsuit?
— toddstarnes (@toddstarnes) July 7, 2021
— kayla rose pope (@klamelissa) July 7, 2021
How do I join President Trump’s class action lawsuit?
— Melissa Tate (@TheRightMelissa) July 7, 2021
President Trump, I’m ready to join your class action lawsuit against big tech censorship!
— Irene Armendariz-Jackson For Congress (@ArmendarizDis16) July 7, 2021
BREAKING: ACU joins Former President Donald J. Trump's Major Class-Action Against Big Tech https://t.co/4m7wWLzVtg
— ACU (@ACUConservative) July 7, 2021
The American Conservative Union joined the lawsuit earlier today, saying, “This lawsuit will break the stranglehold Big Tech has over our freedom to speak.”
Here is more from the American Conservative Union website:
The American Conservative Union (ACU) announced on Wednesday that it is joining several leading center-right organizations in a class-action lawsuit against the Big Tech oligopoly. The lawsuit was filed by representatives of former President Donald Trump and the America First Policy Institute. ACU hosts the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). The suit states that Google, Facebook, and Twitter have harmed ACU and other plaintiffs by systematically censoring its social media content.
“It is my honor to stand alongside President Trump and the brave citizens from across the country who had the courage to stand up to Big Tech, even though they have little power, except for their rights enshrined in the Constitution, including the First Amendment, which is the birthright of every American,” said ACU Chairman Matt Schlapp. “This lawsuit will break the stranglehold Big Tech has over our freedom to speak.”
John P. Coale, lead counsel for President Trump’s major class-action against Big Tech, will appear at CPAC 2021 on Saturday, July 10th to give update on the thousands of people who are joining the lawsuit.
ACU notes that Google wrongfully removed videos of the CPAC 2021 conference. Prior to the videos of President Donald Trump’s CPAC 2021 speech being removed by Google, they had received 31 million views on Google’s YouTube platform. YouTube representatives told ACU that the speech was removed because ACU did not offer context on what YouTube determined to be “election disinformation.”
ACU also notes that in April 2016, Facebook suppressed CPAC 2015 content from its trending section. Gizmodo reported that a Facebook contractor “decided that there was too much CPAC content in the news, so prevented coverage from entering the conversation.”
ACU also notes that its various Twitter accounts lost more than 11,000 followers in just six months, and ACU Chairman Matt Schlapp’s account lost roughly 47,000 followers in just eight days in early 2021. Twitter offered no explanation of any of these cases of missing followers; however, it is clear that Twitter is “shadow-banning” ACU’s content.
During the 2018 midterm elections, Facebook removed several of ACU’s digital ads, asserting that the content was in violation of their “community standards.” ACU contacted a Facebook representative, who told ACU that the discontinuation of the ads was based on the inclusion of an image of Kathy Griffin holding up a prop of the bloodied head of Donald Trump. ACU edited out the image, and the ads were allowed to proceed; however other users such as NowThis Politics, Yahoo News, TMZ and dozens of other Facebook users have racked up millions of views on posts containing that same image.
ACU has urged Americans to contact their offices with information about the ways Big Tech has restricted their First Amendment rights in hopes of advancing the lawsuit and ending censorship online.
If you’re feeling inspired to join, we have a clip with President Trump after the lawsuit announcement.
In it, President Trump talks with Right Side Broadcasting Network about why he is standing up for our God-given rights.
He also hints that since his announcement, thousands have joined the lawsuit.
Check it out safely on Rumble below:
Thank you, President Trump, for continuing to fight for freedom!