Loomer, Klayman Take Big Tech 'Discrimination' Case to Supreme Court
Review by justices would mean 'preserving freedom of speech in the United States'
By Bob Unruh
January 5, 2021
Laura Loomer, a conservative activist and political candidate, and Larry Klayman of Freedom Watch have filed a petition with the United States Supreme Court charging the "anti-competitive, discriminatory practices" of Google, Facebook, Apple and Twitter violate the Constitution.
Loomer and Klayman first challenged the tech giants in antitrust litigation several years before former Attorney General William Barr raised the issue.
They argue the Big Tech companies' platforms are a "place of public accommodation," meaning they are not allowed to censor conservative content.
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