Tomorrow, Attorney General Jeff Landry and the Missouri attorney general will depose Dr. Anthony Fauci as a part of their lawsuit against the federal government for alleged collusion to censor speech.
The two attorney generals filed suit in May of this year. Since filing their suit, they believe they have uncovered proof that both the federal government and President Joe Biden’s administration conspired with social media companies to censor speech relating to COVID-19 and other topics.
In a release made by the the attorney general’s office, Landry said, “We all deserve to know how involved Dr. Fauci was in the censorship of the American people during the COVID pandemic; tomorrow, I hope to find out… And I will continue fighting for the truth as it relates to Big Government colluding with Big Tech to stifle free speech.”
On October 21, a federal court granted Louisiana and Missouri’s requests for depositions of some of the top officials within the Biden Administration:
- Dr. Anthony Fauci
- FBI Supervisory Special Agent Elvis Chan
- Former White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki
- Director of White House Digital Strategy Rob Flaherty
- Surgeon General Vivek Murthy
- CISA Director Jen Easterly
FBI Supervisory Special Agent Elvis Chan’s deposition is scheduled for next week.
After Chan’s deposition, the two attorney generals plan to continue to pressure for more deposition of officials within the president’s administration.
A magistrate judge in Virginia rejected former White House press secretary Jen Psaki’s motion to quash a subpoena in the case which transferred the dispute back to Louisiana.
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