class action lawsuit has been filed in the United States
District Court for the Southern District of Florida by Donald J. Trump, the 45th
President of the United States, and others representing Americans who have had
their First Amendment rights violated by Defendants Facebook, Inc., Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter, Inc., Jack Dorsey, Google LLC, and Sundar Pichai.
Protected by an outdated and misinterpreted Section 230 of the Communications
Decency Act, these elites and their firms ride roughshod over some of the most
fundamental American rights: the right to speak, the right to be heard, and the
right to democratic representation. This lawsuit is not the end of that fight:
it is a beginning. It’s a fight AFPI is committed to seeing through. AFPI will
continue to support everyday Americans’ efforts to hold Big Tech accountable.
Every American can share their personal stories of Big Tech censorship or sign
up for updates on these historic efforts to protect their First Amendment
freedoms at TakeOnBigTech.com.
STATEMENT FROM BROOKE L. ROLLINS, PRESIDENT AND CEO OF AFPI
not much precedent for an American President taking major-media corporations to
court — nor is there much precedent for an American President engaging the
judiciary to shape the landscape of American freedoms after his Presidency.
President Trump often remarked that if Big Tech is out to get him, it’s because
they’re out to get the American people — and he was just standing in the way.
The actions of the Big Tech firms we’re taking to court illustrate the point
perfectly. What they’ve done, what they’ve wrought in the past few years
staggers the imagination.
ALL Americans need Donald Trump to win — not for what it will mean for him, but
for what it will mean for every American man, woman, and child.”
STATEMENT FROM PAM BONDI, CHAIRMAN, CONSTITUTIONAL LITIGATION PARTNERSHIP AT
“Things have changed over the past several years, and the First Amendment rights
of all Americans are on the line in this case. The law and Constitution are on
our side. America is the great country that it is because our Constitution
protects our freedoms, including freedom from censorship - this lawsuit ensures
that those rights are properly defended.”