Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 16 March 2024

March 18: DC Rally To Restore Free Speech!

The landmark case Murthy v. Missouri  (formerly Missouri v. Biden) challenging government censorship on social media is considered the most important Free Speech Rights case in US history! On March 18, the Supreme Court will decide whether to uphold the injunction against five federal agencies in the case. At stake is whether the government can direct social media companies to censor and suppress speech protected by the First Amendment. People from all over the country will converge on the Supreme Court Building to send a message to jurists and policymakers that our right to free speech shall not be infringed by any administration.

Rally At Supreme Court 9AM

Children’s Health Defense will hold a rally outside the Supreme Court Building beginning at 9 AM at One First Street NE in Washington, DC. All free speech advocates are invited to attend this free public event CHD TVX, and RumbleCHD TV will live stream the event and CHD’s X account will broadcast live audio of the oral arguments before the Supreme Court.

Speakers include Del Bigtree, founder of the Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN)  filmmaker, and individual-liberties activist; CHD founder and president Mary Holland; Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance founders Pierre Kory, MD, and Paul Marik, MD; Aaron Kheriaty, MD, director of the Program in Bioethics and American Democracy at the Ethics and Public Policy Center; and libertarian author and publisher Jeffrey Tucker, president of the Brownstone Institute.

Although censorship surrounding information on COVID-19 from medical doctors, scientists, and researchers was the primary impetus behind the Murthy v. Missouriappeal, evidence presented to the court goes far beyond public health issues. Statements of political support for candidates for public office, satire, commentary on foreign policy, antiwar activism, free speech advocacy, children’s rights advocacy, and criticism of public officials have all been subject to censorship at the direct behest of the Biden administration. SCOTUS will hear arguments on why this is a violation of the First Amendment.

Multiple plaintiffs, including epidemiologists, consumer and human rights advocates, academics, and media operators, claimed that various defendants, including numerous federal agencies and officials, engaged in censorship, targeting conservative-leaning speech on topics such as the 2020 presidential election, COVID-19 origins, mask and vaccine efficacy, and election integrity.

The plaintiffs argue that the defendants used public statements and threats of regulatory action, such as reforming Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, to induce social media platforms to suppress content, thereby violating the plaintiffs’ First Amendment rights. The States of Missouri and Louisiana also alleged harm due to the infringement of the free speech rights of their citizens.

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