The President launched a class action suit against big tech and is filing a personal suit against Zuckerberg, Dorsey and Pichai


President Donald Trump was banned from Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube – allegedly over things he never actually said or did on January 6th – so he’s filing a class action lawsuit in association with America First Policy Institute, incorporating thousands of banned, blocked and censored Americans into what is expected to be a trillion dollar action.

But what these companies did in collaboration with their fellow Marxists in Congress and the Deep State to cost him his re-election and his followers’ access to the public square, has made this personal.  So he is also suing those companies’ respective CEOs – Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey, and Sundar Pichai.

The lawsuit represents the latest development in the battle between Trump and Big Tech companies regarding censorship and content moderation.

And while the Maddow/Hayes/Scarborough wing of the Lamestream media are claiming it won’t work – perhaps they should brush up on the law instead of talking. 

E-mails recently discovered between government employees and Tech Censors acting on their orders, has certainly removed any defence or claim that they were not acting as agents of government.  They clearly were.

Livestreaming about an issue is one thing—but conspiring by private correspondence on whose voice and what topics to silence is quite another—it’s a crime (18 USC § 241)


Calling the interchange between the Marxists of Big Tech and Big Government a ‘revolving door’ is the understatement of the decade.  It’s more like a bloody screen door on a submarine.

Allum Bokhari’s book, #DELETED: Big Tech’s Battle to Erase the Trump Movement and Steal the Election, published in 2020, details how this incestuous relationship between Big Tech monopolies and Marxists in U.S. Government has changed from casual to cancerous.

“During Barack Obama’s term of office, Bokhari found that 55 employees from Google alone joined the administration, while 197 government employees left to join Google.

“Other tech companies could not compete with Google’s numbers, but the pattern was the same.”

That was in Obama’s day.  It’s multiples of that in the Biden/Harris regime.  The screen door has allowed Government to be flooded.

Such interchange of communication between monopolies with the unimaginable power of Big Tech and their Marxist counterparts in Big Government – when the objective is to stifle opposition by squelching First Amendment rights and dissenting opinions – is criminal.

Take for example, just one such exchange from a trove of California government e-mails garnered recently by Judicial Watch in a FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) request:

Padilla’s ‘communications co-ordinator’ successfully has an opinion of Gov. Newsom’s intentions removed and squelched

And though there is testimony by sworn affidavit that Democrat Election officials were giving Sharpie pens to Republicans in Arizona to void their vote in the Electronic machines, “Cosimo” (below) got that wiped as well.

Such collusion between government partisans and non-government entities holding monopoly power over communications cannot stand. 

Government cannot delegate to these private entities, actions which government itself does not have the power to carry out on its own.

The over-discussed § 230 protections against prosecution for Tech Tyrants for what others post on their platforms, gives them not so much as a fig leaf for censoring on behalf of government officials acting under colour of law.

In these situations, tech censors become co-conspirators and can face up to 10 years in jail, as well as fines of up to $1 million – or both.

18 U.S.C. § 241 “If two or more persons conspire to injure, oppress, threaten, or intimidate any person in any State, Territory, Commonwealth, Possession, or District in the free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege secured to him by the Constitution or laws of the United States, or because of his having so exercised the same; or

If two or more persons go in disguise on the highway, or on the premises of another, with intent to prevent or hinder his free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege so secured-They shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both;”


So, while the Google, Facebook and Twitter hacks only get 10 years in prison and a big fine for their part in the crime, the government violator gets double that – one sentence and fine for the act, and another for conspiring with Big Tech to squash First Amendment rights.

And if their censorship – oh, say like Fauci and Zuckerberg’s suppression of citizens’ rights to discuss hydroxychloroquine – resulted in death (as it surely did) then instead of just fines and prison, they “may be sentenced to death.” (under both 18 USC § 241 and § 242)

What if I told you Fauci endorsed hydroxychloroquine for SARS-Covid diseases back in 2005 – before he and Gates teamed up on vaccines?  That would make his suppression of rights a knowing crime in this situation, wouldn’t it?

Well, he did.  Anthony Fauci knew 15 years before his gain-of-function monster killed so many people that there was a cheap therapeutic that could save millions – but he not only kept mum – he, Dorsey and Zuckerberg shut down the conversation, costing many of those souls their lives as a result.

If you don’t believe me, read this article at the National Library of Medicine.

Dr. Fauci published this on August 22, 2005.

He, Dorsey and Zuckerberg were plotting to prevent the president from spreading this message by squelching all discussion of hydroxychloroquine and other effective therapeutics online in 2020.

By doing so, they were allowing millions to get sick or die – who might be alive today if they had followed the U.S. Constitution rather than violating our right to speak freely.

These lowlifes did not even have to help spread the word – they just needed to stay out of the damn way – as law required them to do.


I hope the lawsuits succeed in breaking these Tech Tyrants into a thousand pieces – or having them treated like public utilities.

But those in government who used their Tech Tyrant cronies to shut down debate need to feel the full force of the law and spend many years in prison for it.

We were banned by Twitter and taken down by Facebook for our article about hydroxychloroquine in March of 2020.

Imagine how many people might be alive – or never gotten ill – had Jack Dorsey, Mark Zuckerberg and the government hacks like Fauci in the pocket of Big Pharma Vaxxers not shut down our fact-based information?

They trashed the law, and while I want them broke, I also want them to pay for their crimes in a way that keeps them out of our lives forever.

Howell Woltz

The Richardson Post (See you on Telegram and GETTR)