Trump’s team announced on July 29 that nearly 65,000 Americans have joined Trump’s class action lawsuit against Big Tech. These people submitted different stories about their experiences being censored by Big Tech.
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— America First Policy Institute (@A1Policy) July 28, 2021
The America First Policy Institute (AFPI), which represents Trump, released an updated Twitter statement on July 29 about the class action lawsuit.
An AFPI statement said: “Late evening [28/7], we filed Amendment Complaints in Big Tech lawsuits against Facebook, Inc., Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter, Inc., Jack Dorsey, Google LLC, and Sundar Pichai. Since the lawsuit was first published on July 7, 2021, nearly 65,000 Americans have filed stories about censorship through the TakeOnBigTech.com website of CLP (Constitutional Advocacy Partnership), a subsidiary of AFPI “.
The AFPI statement also emphasized the bipartisan nature of the class action.
“The Amended Complaints include the addition of censorship experiences, and these experiences come from a wide range of backgrounds, including Dr. Naomi Wolf and Wayne Allyn Root – individuals with opposing political views and they emphasized the bipartisan need to protect the thoughts and voices of all Americans regardless of their political leanings,” the AFPI statement added.
AFPI also said that Mr. Trump’s class action lawsuit added additional reasons for the lawsuit after it emerged that the Biden administration’s White House was working directly with Facebook and other social networking platforms.
Former President Donald Trump on July 7 announced a class-action lawsuit against Twitter, Facebook and Google after he was suspended by these social networks on January 7. In a statement about the class action lawsuit, Mr. Trump called on the people to join him in defending Americans’ right to freedom of speech.