CHD alleges that Facebook is in violation of the First and Fifth Amendments by "labeling CHD's content 'False Information,' and taking other steps to effectively to [sic] censor or block content from users," the ruling reads.
At issue is Facebook's ongoing silencing of users and pages that promote content deemed to interfere with the government's pro-vaccine agenda.
CHD, as you probably know, has been on the front lines warning parents about the dangers of childhood vaccination, and more recently about the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) "vaccines" from the government's "Operation Warp Speed" program.
Facebook holds to the premise that all vaccines are "safe and effective," and believes that nobody else should ever be allowed to challenge that premise with freedom of speech. Illston apparently agrees with this, as she sided with Facebook in her ruling.
"CHD does not allege that (Adam) Schiff (or anyone from the government) directed Facebook or Zuckerberg to take any specific action with regard to CHD or its Facebook page," the ruling further explains.
"Instead, CHD alleges that Schiff pressured Facebook to remove 'vaccine misinformation' and later told reporters that 'if the social media companies can't exercise a proper standard of care when it comes to a whole variety of fraudulent or illicit content, then we have to think about whether [Section 230] immunity still makes sense."
The CHD lawsuit pegged Adam Schiff, a California Democrat, for interfering with the First Amendment by contacting Facebook and Google directly to coerce them into censoring all "vaccine misinformation" from their platforms.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a private corporation, also "collaborated at length with Facebook to suppress vaccine safety speech with a 'warning label' and other notices that appear to flag disinformation, but in reality censor valid and truthful speech, including speech critical of those agencies and their policies," the lawsuit claims.
In Illston's opinion, Facebook did not violate the Fifth Amendment, specifically as it pertains to the 'takings' clause, even though it permanently disabled the "donate" button on CHD's Facebook page.
CHD "still needs to establish 'sufficient government action' to assert a 'takings' claim," Illston ruled, suggesting that CHD could still do more to prove that Schiff and the corrupt deep state deprived it of "life, liberty, or property, without due process of law" by having Facebook remove CHD's ability to communicate to its supporters and raise funding.
Founded by Robert F. Kennedy Jr., CHD has been at the forefront of the fight against dangerous and ineffective vaccines. On its website, the group explains that:
"... vaccines can and do cause injuries including autism and many other adverse health outcomes, as well as claiming that 5G technology 'poses health risks, encourages debris-generating satellite collisions, causes depletion of the ozone layer by the huge number of launches and is a major factor in the weaponization of space."
Oddly enough, Newsbusters takes issue with these claims and has dubbed Kennedy a "leftist" for calling out the vaccine racket. This news outlet apparently supports vaccines and thinks that only "left-wing" people oppose them, which is hardly the case.
As we have been reporting for years – and we are hardly a left-wing news outlet – vaccines are dangerous and ineffective, and have nothing to do with politics. Both the left and the right are guilty of pushing them on people due to influence from Big Pharma – and now Big Tech as well.
The latest news about Big Tech censorship of vaccine truth can be found at Censorship.news.
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