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Former New York Times reporter Alex Berenson discussed his plans to sue the White House after it allegedly pressured Twitter to ban his account.
ALEX BERENSON: I plan to sue the White House and probably other individuals, too. I told you about at this time, that I was going to sue Twitter and have people mock that. This federal judge was appointed by Bill Clinton, a reasonably good case, and that led to my being reinstated on Twitter a few weeks ago, or Twitter reinstating me. They were forced into a settlement. I went to the lighthouse. I think I have proof that they violated my First Amendment rights, forced Twitter to act as a paid actor, essentially an arm of the federal government.
I have obtained these documents. I will have this in soon, but I think when a party shall is that this case will survive a motion to be dismissed, and there will be a discovery deposition. People inside and outside the White House probably will ask questions not just about me, but about other people [on] the platform in the last year or two.
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