Nets FREAK Over ‘Hardline,’ ‘Hard-Right,’ ‘Staunch’ Speaker Johnson
House Republicans were finally able to elect a new House speaker on Wednesday afternoon, selecting Congressman Mike Johnson (R-LA) to fill a 22-day vacancy. Not surprisingly, Johnson was met with a torrent of disgust and scorn on the Wednesday night network newscasts with ABC, CBS, NBC blasting Johnson as a “hardline,” “hard-right,” “ultra-conservative” who’s “staunchly anti-abortion” and “…
CNN Promotes Gay Couple Fleeing Louisiana for New York
From Friday to Saturday, CNN anchors did their part to provide PR for liberals trying to undermine laws limiting the teaching of controversial sex issues without the permission of parents as correspondent Meg Tirrell filed a full report focusing on a gay doctor who plans to flee Louisiana and move to New York.
CNN Hypes Doctor Leaving Louisiana Over Pronoun, 'Don't Say Gay' Bills
Friday afternoon’s edition of CNN News Central took the left-wing culture warring to Louisiana where they profile pediatric cardiologist Jake Kleinmahon who is leaving the state “after a set of bills” were passed regarding child pronouns, “gender-affirming medical care,” and Louisiana’s version of “the Don’t Say Gay bill.”
SURPRISE! Appeals Court Blocks Injunction Protecting Free Speech
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit apparently decided that the federal government maintaining its Orwellian censorship collusion with Big Tech was more important than protecting Americans’ free speech.
Biden Regime’s New Pushback Against Anti-Censorship Court Order
After a judge issued an injunction restricting the government’s censorship activities, the Biden administration rushed to protest the pro free-speech decision.
State AGs: 1,400 Reasons to Stop Gov’t from Censoring Online Speech
The Missouri and Louisiana Attorneys General are asking a court to block what they have alleged is the “flagrantly unconstitutional” censorship collusion of the Biden administration with Big Tech.
Louisiana AG Rips Biden Admin for Suppressing Free Speech Online
Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry says the release of the “Twitter Files” confirms that the Biden administration colluded with “Big Tech” to censor particular views online.
Missouri AG Outlines Details of Biden Censorship Lawsuit on Fox
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt on Fox News characterized nearly four dozen officials in the Biden administration as working against the First Amendment’s “fundamental, God-given right to express ourselves.”
40 States Smack Down Google with $392 Million Privacy Settlement
After reportedly tricking users on their privacy settings, Google agreed to pay a record $391.5 million privacy settlement resulting from a lawsuit filed by 40 states against the tech giant.
Louisiana State Treasurer: Woke ESG Investing is Destructive
(CNS News) – The woke investing of ESG – Environmental, Social, and Governance – by state governments and other entities is destructive and a threat to pension holders, said Louisiana State Treasurer John Schroder on Monday in Washington, D.C. “We should invest more in our own states,” he said, “if you don’t invest in your own state…
Missouri AG Says He Uncovered ‘Vast Censorship Enterprise’ on Fox Biz
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt told Fox Business that he uncovered a “vast censorship enterprise” by the White House, referencing a landmark lawsuit he filed that hinged on MRC Free Speech America research.
WH Officials Ordered to Produce Records in Censorship Collusion Case
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt (R) announced in a press release and on Twitter Tuesday that more bombshell documentation about alleged collusion between the Biden administration and Big Tech will be emerging.
BOMBSHELL Allegation Exposes Gov’t-Big Tech 'Collusion' to Censor
In a bombshell allegation, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt called out a vast “censorship enterprise” consisting of Big Tech platforms and federal government agencies for documented “collusion” to censor Americans’ free speech online.
States Divided: Louisiana Affirms Life While Mass-Holes End It
On Friday July 29, Louisiana government appealed a block on an abortion ban in order to help save babies from their mass execution. On the same day, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker (R) signed a bill to provide abortion access up to birth.