House Republicans Believe State Department Is Obstructing Online Censorship Probe

House Republicans believe that their probe into government censorship of United States companies is under threat by the State Department. The probe has been concentrated on the State Department’s Global Engagement Center (GEC) supplying financial aid to the Global Disinformation Index (GDI), a United Kingdom-based think tank, which has been accused of blacklisting predominantly conservative media outlets from obtaining advertising income.

Current evidence hints at the Biden regime may constrain the Republican-controlled committee’s access to documentation only to internal review. This type of a move is viewed by elected officials as an indirect obstructionary measure to their investigation.

The accusations were launched by House Small Business Committee Chairman, Texas Congressman Roger Williams and fellow committee comrade Texas Congresswoman Beth Van Duyne who sent a letter to GEC special envoy James Rubin and assistant secretary of state for legislative affairs, Naz Durakoglu, reviving their push for documentation disclosure and a detailed briefing. 

There has been growing legal pressure from Texas and two conservative media outlets – the Daily Wire and The Federalist – who allege that the GEC is implementing an unconstitutional censorship scheme.

The lawsuit is mainly focused on accusations against senior public officials, which includes Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who allegedly abused federal funding of GDI and NewsGuard, an online company that purports to expose misinformation. Both organizations were alluded to in the 2024 National Defense Authorization Act, which aimed to bar the Pentagon from financing them.

There’s an obvious attempt by the DC regime to partner with corporate and NGO actors to censor speech and police overall dissident discourse.

This unholy alliance must be broken if we want to preserve any semblance of freedom in the West.

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