BREAKING: Read this and the attached confidential documents from state AGs very carefully
· Sep 1, 2022 ·

Ladies and gentlemen, what the absolute heck:

The document:

Imagine if you found out that a Republican president was holding a weekly meeting with Facebook to tell them what to suppress on social media.

Yet this is just a blip in the news cycle.

More from Missouri AG Eric Schmitt:

A senior Facebook official sent an email to the Surgeon General stating, "I know our teams met today to better understand the scope of what the White House expects from us on misinformation going forward." This email chain follows the SG's "misinformation health advisory" in July 2021:

The same senior official sent a later email to HHS and noted, "Thanks again for taking the time to meet earlier today." Then, the official continued to discuss how Facebook is taking even more steps to censor freedom of speech:

Twitter scheduled a meeting to debrief top White House officials on "vaccine misinformation.":

There are several instances where Facebook wouldn't proceed with censoring freedom of speech on their platform until they had input, or a "debunking" from the CDC. Twitter followed the same course in at least one email.

The CDC also proposed a monthly pre-debunking meeting with Facebook to help them censor free speech ( as well as regular "Be on the Lookout" calls with major social media outlets:

A White House official was even concerned about parody Fauci accounts and coordinated with FB to take them down:

The joint petition can be found here:

At least this civilization-ending corruption got someone's attention:

If you support this, don't bother calling yourself pro-democracy or "anti-fascist." This is everything the Founding Fathers warned against… and more.

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