Believing himself censored, Donald Trump files a complaint against Facebook, Twitter, Google and their bosses

Removed from major social networks since the murderous assault on Capitol Hill, the former US President announced Wednesday that he was launching a collective complaint against Facebook, Twitter, Google.

“We are engaged in a fight that we are going to win” . Ousted from major social networks since the murderous assault on the Capitol on January 6, Donald Trump strikes back. The former president launched a collective complaint on Wednesday, targeting Facebook, Twitter, Google and their bosses. In the eyes of the Republican, all are responsible for ” illegal, unconstitutional censorship”.

It is from his golf course in Bedminster, New Jersey, that the billionaire decided to strike a big media stunt. “Today, alongside the America First Policy Institute” – an organization that promotes Donald Trump’s “America First” policies – “I table, as the principal representative, a major collective action in justice against the tech giants including Facebook, Google and Twitter, as well as their bosses Mark Zuckerberg, Sundar Pichai and Jack Dorsey “, he hammered from a podium where his name was inscribed. In front of him: spectators, invited for the occasion, who did not fail to applaud the legal fight in which the Republican is launching.

“We demand the end of the forced silence”

“We demand (…) the end of the forced silence,” continued the former leader. “There is no better proof that Big Tech is out of control than the fact that they have banned the President of the United States from office” on their platforms, he said. “If they can do it to me, they can do it to anyone. And besides, that’s exactly what they do, ” he said, giving the floor to citizens also claiming to be victims of bans. 

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