Today, Larry Klayman, former federal prosecutor and founder of both Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch, amended the antitrust class action complaint he filed for Freedom Watch against leftist social media companies Google, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Apple and Instagram under Sections 1 and 2 of the Sherman Antitrust Act for agreeing among themselves and acting as a monopoly to restrain trade and discriminate against conservatives.
Klayman had this to say on filing the Amended Complaint:
“Added as a lead plaintiff today was Laura Loomer, a courageous Jewish female journalist who was just banned from Twitter and Facebook for criticizing a Muslim congresswoman. The retaliation by Twitter and Facebook, as set forth in the Amended Complaint, was not only a violation of our antitrust laws and other laws, but wreaked of anti-Semitism against a Jewish conservative woman. Ironically, the CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, is a card carrying member of the Jewish Left, and as a self-hating Jew would sell out his own people for a buck.
Indeed years ago I sued Zuckerberg and Facebook for allowing the posting on Facebook of a Third Intifada page advocating death to Jews by radical Palestinians. Zuckerberg had even initially refused to take the posting down at the urging of Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu. He later relented when the heat got too hot in the “Jewish kitchen.” Like Ms. Loomer, I am of Jewish origin and a Zionist, and I find Zuckerberg and his accomplices at the other social media companies, including Jack Dorsey of Twitter, not only illegal, but despicable. Indeed, the Left in this country has become decidedly anti-Semitic, and they must pay a legal price for this.
As a result I have recently founded the Coalition of the Jewish Right, which represents the great majority of Jews in this country and in Israel.”
In response to the complaint, Loomer added:
“I found it necessary to join this lawsuit to end the discrimination by big tech social media companies against Conservatives like myself.”
You can read Laura Loomer’s statement about being banned from Twitter here.
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