Federal Judge Rules Biden Admin Acted Like “Orwellian Ministry of Truth”

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In a stunning rebuke of the Biden Administration, a federal judge ruled Tuesday that its actions to censor opinions it didn’t like during the Covid pandemic were akin to an “Orwellian Ministry Of Truth.”

US District Judge Terry Doughty of Louisiana noted that the administration likely violated the First Amendment as Republican attorneys general from Missouri and Louisiana produced evidence of “a massive effort by Defendants, from the White House to federal agencies, to suppress speech based on its content.”

Sen. Eric Schmitt, former AG of Missouri, described this egregious censorship enterprise with outrage:

“This is not just suppression of opposing viewpoints but rather a blatant violation of our most precious constitutional rights.”

Indeed, not only were Covid-related topics suppressed but also questions regarding the results of the 2020 election and even information surrounding Hunter Biden’s laptop story – all topics which would have put those in power in unfavorable positions.

It is clear then that this was an attempt to silence conservative voices and prevent any pushback against liberal policies.

This ruling serves as an important reminder for those who value freedom – no government has the right to control what we can say or hear.

Doug Billings responded to the report: “We must remain vigilant in defending our right to free expression and holding those in power accountable when they seek to erode these fundamental liberties.”

“The censorship in this case almost exclusively targeted conservative speech,” Judge Doughty noted, but further emphasising that the censorship efforts go “beyond party lines.”

“The evidence produced thus far depicts an almost dystopian scenario,” Doughty wrote, adding “During the COVID-19 pandemic, a period perhaps best characterized by widespread doubt and uncertainty, the United States Government seems to have assumed a role similar to an Orwellian ‘Ministry of Truth.’”

“Viewpoint discrimination is an especially egregious form of content discrimination,” Doughty further wrote, ruling “The government must abstain from regulating speech when the specific motivating ideology or the perspective of the speaker is the rationale for the restriction.”

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