Now is the time for Americans who have been censored on social media by the government to stand up and demand reparations for the wrongs that have been done to them. In recent years, there have been numerous reports of individuals and groups being silenced on social media platforms due to their political views, often without due process. This not only violates our fundamental rights as Americans to freedom of speech and expression, but also our right to due process. It is imperative that we hold our government accountable for these actions and demand that they take steps to ensure that our rights are protected. The censorship should be done with proper legal proceedings and oversight. Additionally, those who have been wrongfully censored should be given the opportunity to seek reparations for the harm that has been done to them. It is only through taking action and standing up for our rights that we can ensure that our voices are heard and that our democracy remains strong.  The Litigation Fund will give ordinary American Workers the help they need to defend their rights.

  • The First Amendment guarantees freedom of speech, religion, assembly, press, and petition.
  • The Fifth Amendment guarantees citizens the right to due process in legal proceedings, including being informed of charges against them, having a fair trial, and having legal representation.
  • Recent Twitter files have revealed how the Federal government has overstepped its bounds and violated the civil rights of many Americans.
  • This overreach into social media services can manifest as censorship or suppression of certain content or viewpoints on social media platforms.
  • This is a violation of these rights and undermines the principles of democracy and freedom.
  • Many citizens do not have the means to seek legal recourse due to the high cost of litigation.
  • The American Workers United organization has set up a Litigation Fund to support individuals or groups who have been affected by these alleged violations by the federal government.
  • The goal is to raise at least $100k in the next 30 days and continue these efforts until everyone who has been affected by this overreach by our government has had the opportunity to seek justice in court.
  • Once the first $100k is raised, the organization will begin accepting applications for grants to support those affected by civil rights violations by our own Federal Government.