The Biden White House has once again trampled on the First Amendment rights of Americans, and this time, they’ve stooped to banning books. House Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), Chair of the Judiciary Committee, took to social media to blast the Biden administration after uncovering their wild unconstitutional behavior.
LEAKED EMAILS – “Feeling Pressure from the White House”
In a shocking revelation, internal emails subpoenaed by the Judiciary Committee indicate that the Biden White House strong-armed Amazon into silencing dissenting voices in books. The nerve!
The senior health advisor, Andy Slavitt, who previously strong-armed Facebook to censor accurate information, found himself pressuring Amazon to stifle books that didn’t align with the White House agenda. Can you believe it?
The White House, predictably, recoiled at any viewpoint they didn’t approve of and even ran keyword searches to target controversial topics like “vaccine.” When they didn’t like what they found, they bullied Amazon to bury those books deep in the search results.
Amazon, initially hesitant to blatantly censor free speech, conceded to a meeting with the Biden White House on March 9, 2021, marking a dark day for freedom of information.
Conveniently, on the same day of the meeting, Amazon began the treacherous path of censoring books that dared to question the effectiveness of vaccines. They even explored other methods to “reduce visibility” of these so-called forbidden reads.
And if you thought that was the end of it, think again! It gets worse. Andrew Slavitt, the same man who was supposed to testify before the House Judiciary Committee, was advised by the White House not to comply with a subpoena. The nerve of this administration, trampling on constitutional mandates.
In any other time, this scandalous behavior would have been plastered on every front page. But under the Biden administration, it’s just another day in the land of lawlessness. Can you believe it, folks? Follow Kyle Becker on social media to stay up to date on these egregious offenses.