Trump files class-action lawsuit against Facebook, Twitter, and Google and calls for TRILLIONS in damages for censoring him and ‘cancel culture’ victims: Ex-president demands end to Big Tech’s ‘silencing and blacklisting’

Former President Donald Trump announced on Wednesday he was launching a class-action lawsuit against Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, and Google CEO Sundar Pichai on behalf of victims of ‘cancel culture.’ He demanded the end of ‘shadow banning,’ and ‘blacklisting’ as he stood in the blazing sun, using his Bedminster golf course clubhouse as a backdrop. ‘In addition, we are asking the court to impose punitive damages on these social media giants,’ he said. ‘We’re going to hold big tech very accountable.’ Trump will serve as the lead plaintiff in the suit, claiming he has been wrongfully censored, he added. His lawyers say they will argue that Congress has frequently pressured Big Tech to take action on conservatives, making them ‘agents of government’ and therefore subject to the First Amendment. The legal moves are backed by the America First Policy Institute, a non-profit that includes several former senior administration officials. Trump accused the mainstream media and politicians of cozying up to big tech. ‘There is no better evidence that big tech is out of control than the fact that they banned the sitting President of the United States earlier this year, a ban that continues to this day,’ he said. He contrasted his position with hate speech coming from Iran and Palestinian hardliners. ‘Hamas, as I said, the greatest killers in the world, have a site,’ he said, saying the tweet that got him banned was innocuous

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