The lawsuit was filed on Monday, May 22 in southern Texas.
Aside from Biden, defendants include his top adviser Rob Flaherty, White House communications secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, the Department of Homeland Security, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, and others.
The plaintiffs allege that the Biden regime violated their rights to free speech and peaceful assembly by pressuring big tech to crack down on individuals sharing their adverse reactions following COVID-19 vaccinations.
Brianne Dressen and the other four individuals argue that the government's actions represent an unconstitutional infringement on their rights to express their opinions and to assemble peacefully.
They claimed that the defendants have resorted to threats, pressure, inducement, and coercion to suppress their voices.
"Through threats, pressure, inducement, and coercion, Defendants now work in concert with social media companies to censor content the government deems 'disinformation,' 'misinformation,' and 'malinformation'—a feat that the government could never lawfully accomplish alone," according to the lawsuit.
Epoch Times reported:
The five people who experienced serious problems following vaccination are joined by Ernest Ramirez, whose son died after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine. They've repeatedly been censored by platforms like Twitter and Instagram as they tried to share their stories.