Dallas, TX — The American Conservative Union (ACU) announced on Wednesday that it is joining several leading center-right organizations in a class-action lawsuit against the Big Tech oligopoly. The lawsuit was filed by representatives of former President Donald Trump and the America First Policy Institute. ACU hosts the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). The suit states that Google, Facebook, and Twitter have harmed ACU and other plaintiffs by systematically censoring its social media content.
“It is my honor to stand alongside President Trump and the brave citizens from across the country who had the courage to stand up to Big Tech, even though they have little power, except for their rights enshrined in the Constitution, including the First Amendment, which is the birthright of every American,” said ACU Chairman Matt Schlapp. “This lawsuit will break the stranglehold Big Tech has over our freedom to speak.”
Read more about the effort on Conservative.org and see how you can get involved in pushing back on Big Tech censorship.