Former New York Times Journalist Alex Berenson was suspended from Twitter after saying COVID vaccines don’t stop infection or transmission.
Here is the tweet:
Berenson sued Twitter over this — and went to court on Thursday over the case.
Former New York Times reporter and “Pandemia” author Alex Berenson’s lawsuit against Twitter for banning him goes to court Thursday, he told Fox News.
Berenson, whose work now appears on Substack, said he initially filed the lawsuit in December, and that it has survived Twitter’s motion-to-dismiss.
“Our lawsuit, I think, is stronger than a lot of other lawsuits that have not survived the motion-to-dismiss stage,” he said Wednesday on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”
This lawsuit has survived the motion to dismiss by Twitter.
California judge William Alsup has allowed for the case to move forward and for “expedited & broad discovery” to take place.
We’re going to find out Twitter’s reasoning behind banning Berenson.
BREAKING: Judge rules for Alex Berenson in Twitter lawsuit, moves past motion to dismiss
Next comes discovery https://t.co/bKjt9yODQq
— Jack Poso 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) April 30, 2022
Suffice it to say that from our point of view the most crucial element is the expedited and broad discovery the decision demands. It’s not our request. It’s an order from a federal judge, and Twitter is going to have a hella time slithering out of it.
Here are a few of the questions Berenson has asked Twitter to answer:
Twitter has some explaining to do!