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Legal Insurrection reported last week on the lengthy story written by Uri Berliner, a longtime senior business editor and reporter for NPR, detailing his employer's transition from being liberally biased to full-scale woke, complete with staffers who were "anguished" over Donald Trump's presidency as well as the death of George Floyd and what followed.

Legal Insurrection has previously reported on Twitter Files, in which the firm now known as "X" under the ownership of billionaire and free speech champion Elon Musk allows investigative journalists to read and review records from that social media platform. For example, we have focused on the analysis on Big Pharma's role in repressing covid information and the Propaganda Media's role in the disinformation campaign related to Hunter Biden's laptop.

The U.S. Supreme Court issued two opinions on Friday resolving a First Amendment conflict in the lower courts over public officials' social media use. The Court unanimously held that officials using personal social media accounts to share personal and government information may block constituents under some circumstances. Legal Insurrection covered oral arguments in the cases.

“The multitude of tech companies Musk has founded, owns or runs, aimed at bettering societies, increasing knowledge of both earth and space, in addition to enabling communication and connectivity globally… has helped make the world a more connected and safer place”...