Loomer Lawsuit Challenges Big Tech’s Left Wing Censorship Machine

I Am Now The Most Banned Woman In The World

The “most banned woman in the world” will get her day in court against the leftist Big Tech moguls who have called her a “dangerous person.”

Laura Loomer is a former journalist for Project Veritas, the undercover media enterprise founded by James O’Keefe.

You may be familiar with some of Project Veritas’ work on ABC’s censoring in the Jeffrey Epstein pedophile case or outing Facebook’s war on conservatives.

Loomer has gone on to found her own media company, Illoominate Media and is a candidate for Congress in the 21st District of Florida.

She may be best known now as a martyr in the great deplatforming of conservatives. According to her website:

As of May 2, 2019, I am now banned on every single social media platform and major payment processor in the world:








Chase Bank


Uber Eats 




In February, Chase Bank temporarily suspended access to my online banking and canceled my debit card.

The Big Tech thought police went after Loomer after she began taking on the anti-Semitic rantings of newly-elected Rep. Ilhan Omar.

In response to these deplatformings, Loomer filed an anti-trust lawsuit against Google.

The suit was initially laughed at but the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals demanded the court’s examine the merits of the case.

The court order setting the case for trial can be found here.

The suit will procede and presents a major stumbling block to Big Tech’s attempts to influence the 2020 election in favor of their leftist candidates.

Since Loomer’s lawsuit is based on anti-trust principles, a successful prosecution would represent a major threat to the leftist dominance of the tech field.

Clearly, Facebook, Twitter and the rest of the Big Tech barons will do all they can to prevent a successful suit and are trying to make sure Loomer doesn’t have the resources necessary to make this fight.