Today, January 4, 2021, Laura Loomer, Freedom Watch, and Larry Klayman filed a Petition for Writ of Certiorari before the United States Supreme Court with regard to the anti-competitive, discriminatory practices of the Big Tech giants. Ms. Loomer and Larry Klayman were the first to legally challenge these Big tech companies in antitrust litigation years before President Trump's now fired Attorney General William Barr finally decided to get around to it, as well as attorney generals in all 50 US States.
The petition can be found at FreedomWatchUSA.org and Loomer and Klayman urge everyone to read it so that they can fully understand the compelling arguments to break up the anti-competitive and discriminatory Big tech companies and create competition in the marketplace.
Prior to petitioning the Supreme Court to review the case, the U.S. District of Columbia Court of Appeals erred by incorrectly affirming a lower court ruling which denied the plaintiffs discovery and their constitutional right of a jury trial. Perhaps not coincidentally, the court's decision was announced on May 27, 2020, the same day President Trump took to Twitter to threaten executive action and regulation against the Big Tech giants for their continued anti-competitive censorship of political speech.
Upon filing the petition with the Supreme Court, Loomer said, "We are hopeful that the Supreme Court will take the petition seriously and grant review for the sake of preserving Freedom of Speech in the United States of America."
Klayman, who is Mr. Loomer's and Freedom Watch's legal counsel, added: "It's time for the Supreme Court step up to the plate in order that all persons and groups will be treated equally by these Big Tech social media giants."
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