(FamilyConservationPAC) – Multiple sources reveal how executives from Facebook and Twitter held regular meetings with the Department of Homeland. The meetings were to discuss censorship issues on topics including COVID-19, racial justice, and the failed exit strategy from Afghanistan.

The information was leaked via the digital publishing news agency The Intercept, along with court documents and minutes made available through a lawsuit filed against the Biden administration.

The lawsuit alleges the Biden administration colluded with Big Tech to suppress information. Missouri Attorney General EricSchmitt filed the lawsuit claiming it infringed Americans’ First Amendment rights.

The leaked information uncovered a plan by DHS to target alleged misinformation. According to reports, the DHS established official processes to flag what they considered “misinformation” on Facebook.

According to reports via The Intercept:

“In June, the same DHS advisory committee of CISA — which includes Twitter head of legal policy, trust, and safety Vijaya Gadde and University of Washington professor Kate Starbird — drafted a report to the CISA director calling for an expansive role for the agency in shaping the “information ecosystem.”

The report called on the agency to closely monitor “social media platforms of all sizes, mainstream media, cable news, hyper partisan media, talk radio and other online resources.”

A Twitter spokesperson made a statement to The Intercept denying the allegations saying there was no coordination with other entities when conducting moderation decisions.

This is a developing story.

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