Analysis: Jen Psaki May Have Just Made The Case For Trump’s Big Tech Lawsuit

FILE PHOTO: Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a news conference at his Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, Florida, March 8, 2016. REUTERS/Joe Skipper/File Photo
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Jen Psaki may have just handed Trump major ammo for his lawsuit against Big Tech.

Yesterday, The Palmieri Report reported on Psaki admitting that the Biden Admin is flagging posts for Facebook to censor.

Psaki Admits Biden Admin Flagging Posts For Facebook To Censor Posts

There was a fierce backlash to this admission.

However, the backlash might not be the only thing that the Biden Administration will face over this.

This admission might have just given more ammo to Trump’s big tech lawsuit.

It is important to remember that Trump’s lawsuit is targeting the fact that the government is using Big Tech to censor Conservatives.

Psaki admitted that.

Others are making this point.

Mark Levin made this point on his show:

From Breitbart:

Conservative radio host Mark Levin noted Thursday evening that White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki made the case for former President Donald Trump’s new lawsuit when she urged social media companies to suppress anti-vaccine ideas.

Recently, Trump sued several social media giants for censoring him and other uses, arguing that Big Tech had to abide by the First Amendment since it took direction from the government about public issues such as the coronavirus pandemic.

Levin isn’t the only one either.

Vivek Ramaswamy also explained that this helps Trump’s case:


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