Supreme Court Green Lights Censorship in Murthy v. Biden Decision

SCOTUS holds that the plaintiffs in Murthy v Biden have no standing to challenge the government’s role in pressuring social media companies to censor ideas it doesn’t like.

June 27, 2024

Yesterday’s Supreme Court 6-3 decision that the plaintiffs in Murthy v. Missouri, which included two states and five individuals, “lacked standing”, is a major setback in our efforts to protect our medical freedoms and our right to free speech. The court’s claim means there will be no critical SCOTUS ruling on the illegality of government coercion of social media platforms and censorship of free speech.

Justice Samuel Alito wrote a blistering dissent, joined by Justices Gorsuch and Thomas, masterfully recounting the government’s actions and criticizing the majority’s failure to uphold constitutional principles. “The majority opinion here has found a way to codify this new form of censorship that threatens the whole idea of free speech itself,” Alito warns.  The case now returns to the lower court, where further examination may uncover more evidence of government overreach in controlling public discourse, impacting the future of free speech online.

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