WATCH: Here’s What Alan Dershowitz Thinks About President Trump’s Upcoming Twitter Lawsuit

Things are shaken up considerably, and this could be an understatement.

The notorious attorney Alan Dershowitz believes that Trump’s suit against Big Tech companies would be substantial and would have implications for freedom of speech in the U.S.

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The Big Tech companies, especially those involved in social media, are in trouble!

Attacks and Legislations aimed at reining in big tech have noticed bipartisan support. And I guess that there would be legal action against Twitter, Facebook, Google, etc.

See what Dershowitz said:


The Epoch Times covered what Dershowitz said:

Dershowitz, a Harvard Law professor emeritus, told Newsmax that recent actions taken by the social media giants are “inconsistent with the spirit of free speech that underlies our First Amendment.” According to him, the lawsuit “will shake things up considerably, though I can’t predict in the end how it will come up.”

Trump’s suit, he continued, is “a complicated case because, as the president pointed out, and as [lawyer] Pam Bondi pointed out, the others pointed out, these are not just ordinary private companies—they have special exemption … and therefore they partake of some kind of government action, and the courts will have to parse this issue.”

Facebook, Twitter, Google, and other platforms, under Section 230 of the 1996 Communications Decency Act, are generally protected from liability for the content that users post. The law allows social media companies to also moderate their platforms by removing posts that violate their terms and conditions as long as they’re acting in “good faith.”

Breitbart shared this:

He filed the class-action suits in the U.S. District Court in Florida’s southern district as the lead plaintiff.

“We’re demanding an end to the shadow-banning, a stop to the silencing and a stop to the blacklisting, banishing and canceling that you know so well,” Trump said at a news conference at his Bedminster, New Jersey golf course, according to The Washington Post.

The filing seeks injunctive relief to allow the restoration of his social media accounts and punitive damages on all three social media platforms.

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