Trump Launched Class-Action Lawsuit Targeting Google, Facebook and Twitter

Former President Trump announced he is leading a class-action lawsuit against the Silicon Valley tech giants.

In a press conference from his Bedminster, New Jersey golf club, Trump was joined by America First Policy Institute, a nonprofit organization, to announce he was the lead plaintiff initiating a class-action lawsuit against Google, Facebook and Twitter.

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The lawsuit was filed in the Southern District of Florida.

Trump said, “We’re asking the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida to order an immediate halt to stop social media companies’ illegal and shameful censorship of the American people. That’s exactly what they’re doing.”

The former president added, “We’re demanding an end to the shadow-banning, a stop to the silencing, a stop to the blacklisting, banishing and canceling that you know so well.”

Following the press conference, Trump did an interview with Newsmax TV.

The America First Policy Institute issued a statement on the lawsuit and encouraged Americans to provide their stories about tech censorship via a website.

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.

CloutHub CEO Jeff Brain commented on the lawsuit on Real America’s Voice News’ program News On with Miranda Khan.

Liberal Harvard Professor Lawrence Tribe criticized the lawsuit.

It’s fantastic former President Trump is taking the lead to challenge the abuse of power engaged by the Silicon Valley tech giants.

Google, Facebook, and Twitter have far too much power and they need to be held accountable for censoring Trump and other Americans.