Government Censorship & Fauci Lies Documented in Latest Missouri et al. vs. Biden et al. Filing

Hagmann P.I.
March 9, 2023

Litigtion is often painfully tedious and results in voluminous court filings, many which are complex functions of the legal system. The case against Joseph R. Biden and others filed by the attorneys general of Missouri and Louisiana on May 5, 2022 is no exception Some documents, however, are more enlightening than others. Such is the case in a series of filings this month (available for review here).

Case overview: Missouri v. Biden was filed by the attorneys general of Missouri and Louisiana on May 5, 2022. They filed for a Motion for Expedited Preliminary Injunction-Related Discovery on June 17, 2022, and that motion was granted on July 12, 2022, clearing the way for Missouri and Louisiana to gather discovery and documents from Biden Administration and social media companies. The request for depositions was filed on October 10, 2022, and that motion was granted on October 21, 2022, allowing Missouri and Louisiana to depose top-ranking officials in the federal government under oath. So far, Missouri and Louisiana have deposed Dr. Anthony Fauci, FBI Special Agent Elvis Chan, Eric Waldo of the Surgeon General’s Office, Carol Crawford of the CDC, and Daniel Kimmage of the State Department. Depositions continue. (Source: Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey).

In the event you have not read the initial complaint, here is the original filing:

The complaint details the assault on the free speech of each and every American by the US government and specific entities and individuals. As noted on page four of the original complaint, “there has been an unprecedented rise of censorship and suppression of free speech—including core political speech—on social-media platforms. Not just fringe views, but perfectly legitimate, responsible viewpoints and speakers have been unlawfully and unconstitutionally silenced in the modern public square. These actions gravely threaten the fundamental right of free speech and free discourse for virtually all citizens in Missouri, Louisiana, and America, both on social media and elsewhere.”

As the case progresses through the legal labyrinth, we have a front-row seat into the overreaching and deceptive tactics used by government entities and specific officials. We can compare the public statements made by individuals to those made under oath, and document the deceptive differences in their statements and responses. In this latest series of filings, we are able to see the apparent deception of Dr. Anthony Fauci, as the director of the National Institute Allergy and Infectuous Diseases (NIAID) at the National Institute of Health (NIH) and the chief medical advisor to President Joseph R. Biden.

In the latest legal filing, it is asserted that Fauci misled congress and in the early months of 2020, he worked closely with Dr. Francis Collins and Jeremy Farrar “to orchestrate a campaign to discredit and suppress the opinion that SARS-CoV2, the virus that causes COVID-19, leaked from a laboratory at the Wuhan Institute of Virology— an opinion that has recently been confirmed as likely true.”

For Review:



The Deposition of Anthony Fauci that was taken on November 23, 2022. It is important to note that Fauci testified (stated) “I don’t recall” / “I do not recall” or similar variation 174 times, and further testified that he could not recall, remember, or used similar variations of that phrase, 212 times during his sworn testimony.

November 23, 2022 Deposition of Anthony Fauci

Document index: Missouri v. Biden (3:22-cv-01213) – Court Listener

As stated in the initial complaint: In 1783, George Washington warned that if “the Freedom of Speech may be taken away,” then “dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep, to the Slaughter.”

HAGMANN P.I. (Doug Hagmann)
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