Here Are the Lawsuits Coming at DNC After Elon Musk Reveals Massive Censorship Scheme

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A number of people have publicly announced their intentions to sue the Democratic National Committee for its role in censoring Americans and violating their First Amendment right to free speech.

Internal documents revealed by Elon Musk show that Democrats colluded with the social media giants like Twitter and openly violated Americans’ basic right to free speech.

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If certain speech is politically inconvenient, such as the Hunter Biden laptop story, Twitter would censor, delete, and ban users at the Democrats’ request.

Conservative Hollywood actor James Woods as well as country music star John Rich are among the top public figures who said they will sue Twitter.

“I will be suing the Democratic National Committee no matter what,” Woods told Tucker Carlson on Fox News.

“Whether I win or lose, I am going to stand up for the rights that every American – not a so-called celebrity,” he continued. “I’m not a celebrity. I’m hardly recognizable anymore because my career has been destroyed by these very people,” he added.

Woods explained, “And I will sue. And I’m hoping other people will sue.” Back in 2020, Woods tweeted about the Hunter Biden laptop story, which was politically inconvenient for Democrats.

Here’s what Woods tweeted:

Twitter employees were ready and available to help Democrats for political purposes. This occurred just days before the 2020 November presidential election.

“More to review from the Biden team,” one email read from a Twitter employee with five tweet URLs. “Thanks all.”

“Handled these,” another Twitter employee responded.

Here’s the email evidence released by Musk, which includes a link to Woods’ tweet:

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County music star John Rich also confirmed that he intends to join a class action lawsuit against Democrats for abusing their power and censoring his First Amendment right to free speech.

With two simple words, Rich wrote “me too” in response to questions on social media: