Time.news – Donald Trump has announced that he will ask a court in Florida to “immediately block the shameful and illegal censorship by social platforms “. The former president will file a class action against Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, Google’s Sundar Pichai, and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, who they banned him for another two years accused of spreading distorted information and violent messages.
“We will force the big hi-tech companies – he added – to answer for their actions. They censored and blacklisted people for political reasons. If they did it with me, they can do it with anyone ”.
Trump’s legal initiative is made possible by a law, passed in May in Florida, that allows politicians suspended from social networks to sue the companies.
But the law is bound to come in in conflict with the provisions of the Constitution.
Last week a Florida federal judge rejected the law’s implementation, calling it an “attempt to force social platforms to host political speeches, “in violation of the First Amendment.