In a crucial anti-censorship case standing up for free speech rights, Judge Terry A. Doughty of the US District Court for the Western District of Louisiana issued a preliminary injunction that prevents high-ranking officials within President Biden’s administration, as well as their respective federal agencies, from coercing or heavily influencing social media entities to suppress or mute content that is protected under free speech rights.

This marks a significant milestone for Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and the Children’s Health Defense (CHD), as this partial decision brings them one step closer to achieving their objective.

This landmark lawsuit came about due to allegations that the Biden administration conspired with social media giants to unlawfully suppress online speech.

However, despite the win, this injunction is on hold until the Supreme Court delivers its verdict on the closely related Murthy v. Missouri, another critical censorship case. The case by Kennedy and CHD aims to protect the free speech rights of over 80% of Americans who source their news from social platforms.

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