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White House engaged in 'vast censorship enterprise' against conservatives, COVID critics: Missouri AG
This is about protecting the Constitution: Andrew Bailey
Missouri AG Andrew Bailey discusses a lawsuit against the Biden admin for colluding with social media companies to undermine free speech on ‘The Bottom Line.’
One of two state attorneys general filing a civil suit against the Biden administration claimed in a Fox Business exclusive he uncovered a "vast censorship enterprise" and produced purported evidence the White House's social media team leadership tried to censor or suppress conservative voices and critics of its COVID policy – including a member of a prominent Democratic family.
Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey, who along with Louisiana Attorney General Jeffrey Landry, first filed suit last May. However, Bailey told "The Bottom Line" Tuesday the web of purported censorship continues to grow.
"This is about protecting the Constitution, and I couldn't agree with those sentiments more," he said, after host Dagen McDowell read from part of the lawsuit.
"I'm proud to have partnered with the Louisiana attorney general on this case because it's the most important First Amendment case in a generation. We've uncovered a vast censorship enterprise, coercion and collusion between officials at the White House and across federal bureaucratic agencies and their cronies in Big Tech/social media to target and censor free speech in America."
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