Justice Jackson Said WHAT About First Amendment?! (Audio)

(DCWatchdog.com) – In absolutely shocking remarks exposing the true nature of leftists who have infiltrated top US government institutions, left-wing US Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson has revealed her apparent indignation that the First Amendment is “hamstringing” the federal government and its censorship.

Listen to an audio recording of Jackson’s remarks below! 

In the case of Murthy v. Missouri, initially named Biden v. Missouri, during the oral arguments held on Monday, Justice Jackson voiced her concerns against a potential decision that would affirm the constitutional right to free speech.

She was worried that it would especially restrict the government’s capacity to regulate speech through major technology companies, The Federalist reports.

“My biggest concern is that your view has the First Amendment hamstringing the government in significant ways in the most important time periods,” Jackson said during her dialogue with Louisiana Solicitor General Benjamin Aguiñaga.

Justice Jackson further questioned the limitations on the federal government’s ability to exert influence over social media platforms in order to mitigate what it deems as harmful content.

“Some might say that the government actually has a duty to take steps to protect the citizens of this country… You seem to be suggesting that that duty cannot manifest itself in the government encouraging or even pressuring platforms to take down harmful information,” the leftist justice said.

“So can you help me? Because I’m really worried about that. Because you’ve got the First Amendment operating in an environment of threatening circumstances, from the government’s perspective, and you’re saying that the government can’t interact with the source of those problems,” she elaborated.

In response, Aguiñaga clarified his stance, arguing not for an outright prohibition of government interaction with social media entities, but for such interactions to adhere to the principles of the First Amendment.

“Our position is not that the government can interact with the platforms there. They can and they should in certain circumstances like that, that present such dangerous issues for society and especially young people. But the way they do that has to be in compliance with the First Amendment. And I think that means they can give them all the true information that the platform needs and ask to amplify that,” Aguiñaga explained.

The report notes that evidence abounds of various federal agencies, including the Department of Health and Human Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, among others, pressuring Big Tech companies to censor viewpoints that diverge from government-endorsed positions on topics such as Covid-19 and elections.

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