Facebook Responded To Biden Official’s Censorship Request In Less Than 60 Seconds

(RepublicanInformer.com)- Last week, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt revealed explosive evidence showing the Biden administration colluding with Big Tech to censor so-called COVID “disinformation.”

The documents, obtained in discovery as part of a lawsuit filed in May by Missouri and Louisiana, reveal that administration officials from virtually every department in the Executive Branch, including the White House, were in direct communication with social media platforms to coordinate messaging and suppressing the free speech rights of American citizens.

In a lengthy Twitter thread last Thursday, Schmitt posted a series of emails obtained that reveal the extent of the Biden administration’s involvement, which he called “a vast censorship enterprise.”

As part of discovery in the lawsuit, the Justice Department disclosed that 45 federal officials had direct interactions with social media companies.

Meanwhile, Facebook’s parent company Meta identified an additional 32 federal officials, including members of the White House, who communicated with them. YouTube identified 11 officials, including those in the White House, many of whom were not disclosed by the DOJ.

According to the documents Schmitt obtained, the CDC was even suggesting holding monthly “debunking” meetings with Facebook to ensure the platform was censoring the free speech of users.

Among the documents obtained by Schmitt was an eye-opening email exchange in which Clarke E. Humphrey, the digital director for Biden’s COVID response team asked a redacted Facebook employee to remove a Tony Fauci parody Instagram account.

And less than a minute later, the obedient, compliant Facebook employee responded to Humphrey’s email, saying “Yep, on it!”

The documents Schmitt posted on Twitter are nothing short of jaw-dropping.

This is documented proof that the Biden administration was using social media platforms as proxy government censors in clear violation of the First Amendment.

Last week, Eric Schmitt appeared on Fox News to discuss the explosive documents: