Big Brother Triumphs

Freedom Financial News | Posted July 04, 2024

“Those who deny freedom to others deserve it not for themselves.” – Abraham Lincoln

June usually marks the end of the Supreme Court’s annual term, but this year it extends into July. Last week, however, saw a wave of liberty encroaching decisions. One ruling, Murthy v. Missouri, impacts everyone, especially with the presidential election. The SCOTUS ruled 6-3 in favor of the Biden administration, allowing the government to pressure social media companies like Facebook, Google, and Twitter to censor unfavorable news and promote government narratives.

Supreme Court’s Decision: A Blow to Free Speech

During the COVID pandemic and ahead of the 2022 midterm elections, the White House pushed companies to silence voices questioning vaccines, opposing masks and lockdowns, and highlighting the Hunter Biden laptop scandal. This censorship was easy because these companies are staffed by former FBI, CIA, and White House personnel who align with Biden’s agenda.

The Irony of Censorship: Silencing the Truth

The parties censored were right.

  • Vaccines did not stop the spread of COVID, masks were ineffective, and lockdowns crippled the economy without halting the virus.
  • An entire generation of children missed out on crucial education due to the teachers’ unions pushing for remote work.
  • The Hunter Biden laptop was real and exposed significant corruption. Yet, the Supreme Court has now given a green light for such censorship to continue.

A Glimmer of Hope: Procedural Grounds

The only silver lining is that the Supreme Court rejected the case on procedural grounds, not on the substance of censorship. The ruling was based on the plaintiffs’ lack of standing to sue and the complaint being too broad. This means future cases could have a better chance if they’re more narrowly focused. However, this could take years to resolve. Meanwhile, the Biden administration and its allies in social media can continue their Big Brother tactics.

Seeking Truth in a Censored World

The Supreme Court’s decision is a setback for free speech. With the government able to control social media narratives, it’s crucial to seek independent advice free from conflicts and political agendas. Don’t trust everything from Washington or social media; instead, look for reliable, unbiased sources of information.

“Don’t trust everything from Washington or social media; instead, look for reliable, unbiased sources of information.”

This ruling has set a dangerous precedent. It’s more important than ever to stay informed and vigilant in protecting your freedoms. The fight for free speech is far from over.

Happy Independence Day!

Independence Day marks the adoption of the Declaration of Independence in 1776. The thirteen American colonies declared their independence from British rule, establishing the United States. 

Freedom Financial News Team