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Your lawsuit against the federal government for violating your constitutional rights is for ALL of us. It's to protect everyone from future violations of this kind. I don't wish you good luck. I wish you Godspeed.

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Cancelled NY Times a couple years ago. Who wants to pay to be lied to? I would rather support substack journalists that are pursuing truth and NOT peddling propaganda to brain wash US citizens

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Get back on Tucker more often; he's sniffing this out. He's your biggest platform regardless of ideological proclivities.

I think Tucker can be a change agent. I saw you the other night on Fox (he's the only show I watch on Fox); it was good to see you again speaking truth to power.

Your battle is imperative, NOW, with Twitter. If I were you I would propose a docu-series with Tucker, based on 1A, PHA captured by Big Pharma AND solutions to effectuate change with 230 - or just get the eff rid of it. ,etc., etc.

They are promoting the shit out of that. That's your target audience. Virtually everyone there (including 30% of his audience being D's.) are outraged by the censorship.

Censorship is much more of an enemy than a forced vaccine imo.

Either way; keep exposing this shit.

Hats off.

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O.K. I’ve read this twice, and can’t help but wonder, why, in the face of empirical indisputable evidence that the White House knowingly willfully and deliberately stomped all over your first amendment rights, why has no lawmaker seen fit to draft articles of impeachment against POTUS?

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Don’t forget, which I am certain you won’t (and hopefully many interrogatories and deposition questions will focus here) that the US government has paid hundreds of millions of dollars in direct payments to media outlets (and likely to Big Tech) to drive the narrative and deny dissenting voices a platform. The Prohibition against this type of malfeasance by the govt had been in place since 1948 when the Smith Mundt Act was overwhelmingly passed by Congress, a bipartisan bill to say to the American people that what happened in Nazi Germany could never happen here.

Obummer gutted the law, snuck the new rules (which allowed the govt to use and pay the media to deliver propaganda directly to US citizens) into the 2012 Defense Authorization Act. It was a clever ploy, given that the DAA is always 1000s of pages, filled with massive grift, and rarely openly debated and usually passes on a voice vote. And then, to ensure the bill became law before anyone started digging too deep, he signed it in early January 2013 while on vacation with Big Mike in Hawaii.

They have been planning this for a long, long time. Eliminating the prohibitions contained in the Smith Mundt Act was a small piece of the puzzle. But it was a very important piece. Because for the first time since 1948 (and probably in the nations history) the government could fill the airwaves and print media with the same type and style of propaganda once reserved for citizens of our enemies, and they could use that same media to stifle dissent.

If you struggle with trying to understand or determine when we became full blown enemies of our own government, January 2013 is as good a place to start as any.

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This is WAY better than a lawsuit against twitter! Take it all the way to the house! Time to Shine a light on the real criminals here - the US government and how it enabled Phizer to defraud the American people out of their health and trillions of taxpayer dollars.

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I don’t live in America, but what goes on there will impact us here eventually, especially in a subservient state like the uk. I will subscribe to your stack as of now because of what you intend to do with regards to Biden and show my support.

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We lucked out as the latest Covid variant is very contagious, but mostly causing upper respiratory infections., not like Alpha that caused lower respiratory infections as well killing many especially the elderly. Had the lower infections continued, they would have jailed the unvaccinated. They may have physically forced the jab. There would have been unvaccinated camps erected or unvaccinated banned from entering grocery stores etc. We came dangerously close to gestapo tactics. I am saying many on the left would have been fine with slaughtering the unvaccinated due to fear of getting virus. Insanity would have prevailed. As it is, they did terrible things to the unvaccinated and now are ignoring those medically damaged by vaccines. There will be millions suffering long term from the jab.

Looking back at measures taken to stop a virus that was unstoppable is extremely painful to acknowledge. So embarrassing. So vile. So morally corrupt. Humans showed how nasty they can get when feeling power slipping from their greedy hands.

Alex, your lawsuit is extremely important. Silencing, banning, hating, censorship, politically punishing opposition needs to be reined in, acknowledged it happened, and a serious come to Jesus about pain caused so it never happens again. Our governments are corrupt and frankly inhumane. Frankensteins. We need purging at all levels in government, academia, corporate world, and give the power back to the people. Embrace debate.

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I am a conservative always have been...not always in full lock step agreement with things but mostly. I follow people like you only because you seem to crave truth, provide great data, and you are fighting for free speech which should be the most unalienable right we have. It blows my mind that people on the left are seemingly ok with silencing speech when I always thought orgs like the ACLU wanted to protect it at all costs? How can they NOT see this silencing might and very much will apply to them someday and not just stop at conservatives speech or folks like you who report observations against the narrative?

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I, too, wish you the best of luck in this suit, Alex--it is SO justified. Both you and the country deserve to right this wrong to our 1st Amendment.

Secondly, just a thought about how the country has changed regarding how those in politics and the press have started to see themselves as "the governors." Back in 1971, there was only 4 national TV networks and dozens of powerful regional TV & radio stations (and newspapers, but I digress). What's changed the playing field in the past 50 years, is the consolidation of the media across the board--and how it's further empowered the effects of advertising dollars. It used to be national advertisers had to place spots all over the country. Ad campaigns that did well in New York City might not do so well in the small, rural towns that make up the majority of the country. Today, they invest with only about 6 holding corporations (that control nearly every TV, radio station and have wiped out small town local papers throughout the country). As a bonus, advertisers use that money to dictate that "programming" must not be detrimental to sales, no matter what the TRUTH is. Throw in the advances of cable TV, then the web, then streaming services--it becomes easier and easier for criminal enterprises like Pfizer to dictate what "truth" people are able to see.

Wokeness and political correctness have completely taken over film/tv programming--even much of new production that is streaming. Independent films/documentaries that expose the truth have ZERO chance of picking up traditional distribution avenues. We see this with films like "Capitol Punishment." Just look what Dinesh D'Souza had to do to get "2000 Mules" released--and actually seen. Larry Elder is going through it now with his sequel to "Uncle Tom" as they've had to drop the price 3 times already.

Compound that with the Supreme Court's allowing unlimited corporate contributions to political campaigns--while people are limited. It was simply a matter of time until nearly every politician at the national level (and many statewide) became mouthpieces/representatives of their DONORS, not their constituents. Just look at how accomplished China Joe's policies have been for the CCP, but not for Americans. And yet the media sat on the proof from Hunter's laptop--along w/ a pattern of payoffs from Ukraine, Russia and others.

Having worked in broadcast advertising for decades, I have witnessed this shift first hand. For the first time in my life, America has become overrun with pure PROPAGANDA. And they have worked tirelessly to come up with ways to shorten the average American's attention span; it makes propaganda easier to swallow. "Reading" at an 8th grade level has tanked over the past few decades.

In fact, many older readers who make it through this whole comment would probably agree and may not have considered this massive shift. (And it probably won't get a ton of likes because it's more than a quick line or two making a pithy, smart-assed remark. On that front, I irk a lot of folks, myself!)

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Who the f.$&k are these people, whether they be pronoun obsessed pink haired Twitter dweebs, or useless government hacks to talk about “misinformation”? None of them are authorities on anything useful to mankind. This especially applies to the highly complex subject of vaccine development, the subsequent approval process and the even more obtuse issue of efficacy. The astonishing arrogance accompanied by the equally stunning lack of self-awareness seems to be the defining character of these utterly useless but very dangerous people.

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Keep fighting, Alex. Yeah, you drive a lot of people crazy, but this is so important. With you 1000 percent.

To any MSM journalist reading this. READ THIS AGAIN: Justice Hugo Black proclaimed the importance of the First Amendment and a free media in ringing tones:

The Founding Fathers gave the free press the protection it must have to fulfill its essential role in our democracy. The press was to serve the governed, not the governors. The Government's power to censor the press was abolished so that the press would remain forever free to censure the Government… Only a free and unrestrained press can effectively expose deception in government.

If that did not bring a journalistic tear to your eye, please take a moment and reflect on your role here. You CAN make a difference. YOU CAN change your allegiance. You NEED to do what is right. If you choose not to, you'll be the one future generations will wonder about. How could they? How did they not know they were nothing more than the propaganda arm of a failed parasitic "elite" group of (sub) humans?

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In New Zealand we have just had a wealthy individual fund an entirely new media outlet -

https://i.stuff.co.nz/national/300667750/meet-the-secretive-rich-lister-bankrolling-sean-plunkets-the-platform

And so far it has been brilliant https://theplatform.kiwi/

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Good luck! This is why I subscribed, renewed, and donated to the Twitter case. Please keep up the good work and don’t let the first amendment and our country die.

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Being a conservative means preserving individual liberties and the values of the enlightenment. Face it, man: you're a conservative. It's ok. We don't bite.

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