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Yikes! Jen Psaki SHUT DOWN by Federal Judge for Trying to Work Around Subpoena in Big Tech Case

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On Monday, a federal appeals court shut down Former White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki’s attempt to dodge the subpoena in the investigations into whether the Biden administration conspired against conservative news stories on social media.

Judge Terry Doughty of the Western District of Louisiana sided against Psaki citing public interest as the reason, as the investigation was “determining whether First Amendment free speech rights have been suppressed.”

John J. Vecchione, senior counsel for the New Civil Liberties Alliance that is against Psaki, said in a press statement, “Ms. Psaki’s effort to eliminate or delay her deposition in this action had failed because of the swift action of two judges in widely dispersed courts, one in Virginia and one in Louisiana, and by the implausibility of her reasons for not testifying as to Federal efforts to censor social media that made quick resolution possible.”

This case has been bounced back and forth as Psaki tries to dodge her potential testimony, U.S. Magistrate Ivan Davis of a Virginia court said he was unimpressed with Psaki’s arguments. He then transferred the case back to Louisiana, where the lawsuit was filed. 

Officials filed this lawsuit in multiple states on behalf of the American people to see if Biden administration officials worked with Big Tech to repress certain Americans’ free speech.

“Before any of the depositions may go forward, the district court must analyze whether the information sought can be obtained through less intrusive, alternative means, such as further written discovery or depositions of lower-ranking officials,” the appeals court declared.

“It is not enough, as the district court found, that these officials may have ‘personal knowledge’ about certain communications. That knowledge may be shared widely or have only marginal importance in comparison to the ‘potential burden’ imposed on the deponent.”

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Republican Attorneys General Eric Schmitt of Missouri reacted to the deposition of Psaki, Fauci and other related officials saying, “After finding documentation of a collusive relationship between the Biden administration and social media companies to censor free speech, we immediately filed a motion to get these officials under oath.”

“It is high time we shine a light on this censorship enterprise and force these officials to come clean to the American people, and this ruling will allow us to do just that. We’ll keep pressing for the truth,” he concluded.

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