Weaponization hearing finds at least 20 White House employees involved in tech censorship
Louisiana’s attorney general called Thursday for federal employees to be fired, lose their retirement benefits and face civil lawsuits if they are found to have pressured technology companies to censor opposing viewpoints.
Jeff Landry made his suggestion to Congress during a hearing of the House Judiciary Committee’s subcommittee investigating “weaponization” of the federal government. He detailed what he labeled a “vast censorship enterprise” that ran deep into the Biden administration.
He and Sen. Eric Schmitt, Missouri Republican, said documents they obtained in a lawsuit reveal that the FBI, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Census Bureau, Dr. Anthony Fauci and multiple people at the Whit …