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Do you want the government telling Facebook, TikTok or Instagram to censor you, your neighbors or your issues?

Do you want the government to coerce the media and tech giants to do its bidding to stop free speech?

If you answered “NO,” then make sure to watch our Rally To Reclaim Free Speech, hosted by CHD, that was held outside the Supreme Court of the United States on March 18, 2024 while inside oral arguments were presented for the most significant censorship case to be heard before the Supreme Court in the last 50 years.


The States of Missouri and Louisiana and the individual plaintiffs in Murthy v. Missouri (formerly Missouri v. Biden) – as do plaintiffs in Kennedy/CHD v. Biden – allege that the Biden Administration impermissibly coerced and pressured social media companies to deplatform and shadowban users and censor truthful content regarding COVID, regulatory failures, vaccines, and other content with which the Biden administration disagrees. The District Court (W.D.La.) ruled that the Biden Administration had to stop many of its actions, even while the case was still being heard, but that ruling is stayed until the Supreme Court reaches its decision.

SCOTUS’s ruling in this case will have far-reaching implications for the free speech rights guaranteed by the First Amendment that Americans have enjoyed since the Founding Fathers. Justices heard oral arguments while freedom-loving advocates for free speech and no censorship gathered outside to exercise our free speech rights.

Crowd with blowhorn



  • Mary Holland, Esq., Children’s Health Defense
  • Pierre Kory, M.D., FLCCC Alliance
  • Paul Marik, M.D., FLCCC Alliance
  • Del Bigtree, ICAN
  • Aaron Kheriaty, M.D., plaintiff in Missouri v. Biden
  • Jeffrey A. Tucker, Brownstone Institute
  • Jim Hoft, The Gateway Pundit
  • Daniel O’Connor, TrialSiteNews
  • L. Todd Wood, Creative Destruction Media
  • Amy Bohn, PERK
  • Christina Parks, Ph.D.
  • Mary Talley Bowden, M.D.
  • Tricia Lindsay, Esq.
  • Sujata Gibson, Esq.
  • Mikki Willis, filmmaker – “Plandemic Series”


Supreme Court of the United States,
1 First Street, NE,
Washington, DC 20543


March 18, 2024 @ 9 a.m. ET