While Trump was in office members of the media accused him of violating the Constitution by blocking people that trolled or criticized him on social media.
Democrat lawyers who filed the lawsuit said that public officials’ social media accounts are “the most significant forums for the public to discuss government policy.”
The lawsuit was filed after Rebecca Buckwalter, a fellow at the far-left Center for American Progress was blocked by former President Trump in 2017 after she wildly mocked him spouting Russiagate conspiracy theories.
A three-judge panel on the United States Court of Appeals Second Circuit ruled that an official who uses social media for government purposes can not exclude people.
“This debate, as uncomfortable and as unpleasant as it frequently may be, is nonetheless a good thing,” Judge Barrington D. Parker wrote. “In resolving this appeal, we remind
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