COVID vaccine injury victims sue Biden officials, alleging they’ve been victimized by censorship

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The Biden administration is using "threats, pressure, inducement, and coercion" to censor social media groups for COVID-19 vaccine injuries and prevent them from raising money, according to a new First Amendment lawsuit based in part on legal discovery from ongoing state-led litigation.

Plaintiffs Brianne Dressen, Shaun Barcavage, Kristi Dobbs, Nikki Holland and Suzanna Newell allege they "suffered –and continue to experience – serious and debilitating medical injuries within days (and, in many cases, hours)" of COVID vaccination. And plaintiff Ernest Ramirez says his 16-year-old son died of cardiac arrest five days after the boy's first Pfizer dose. 

Their speech about their suffering has "repeatedly been flagged as misinformation or removed entirely" by Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, TikTok and Vimeo, "while their social media accounts are at constant risk of being frozen or disabled," the suit state.

The censorship goes beyond social media, with GoFundMe shutting down Ramirez's fundraising page and keeping the money he already raised to travel to Washington, D.C. to speak about his son's death, he claims.

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