Investigative journalist Laura Loomer is now plaintiff in a discrimination case against Twitter following her banishment from the platform.
“I found it necessary to join this lawsuit to end the discrimination by big tech social media companies against conservatives like myself,” Laura Loomer said in a statement. The terms of her participation in the lawsuit give her broad litigating power as the case moves forward.
The journalist Loomer is entering the Freedom Watch class action lawsuit, which the nonprofit organization describes as a lawsuit against “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.”
Loomer was banned for a statement she made criticizing Sharia law. The reporter made it clear to Big League Politics that her concerns are genuine. She says the implications of the Red-Green alliance between Communist agitators and radical Islamic elements are dangerous and need to be addressed immediately.
Twitter ban or not, this is a serious issue that the citizenry and the U.S. military is going to be concerned about for a long time.
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