Many conservatives have grown wary of Twitter and their biased, censorial practices over the last few years, but the immorality of censoring the Hunter Biden laptop story arguably pales in comparison to what the tech giant is now being accused of allowing to fly on its platform. A lawsuit filed by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation alleges that a second victim of child sexual exploitation who says he was trafficked through the social media giant has joined the First Amendment lawsuit against Twitter, Inc. The NCSE explained in a statement last week that they filed John Doe #1 and John Doe #2 v. Twitter, Inc. on April 7 in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California along with the Haba Law Firm and The Matiasic Firm. The suit alleges that material depicting sexual abuse and trafficking of the two minors was distributed on the social media platform. This is sickening enough on its own — but the plaintiffs also allege that Twitter knowingly refused to remove images of John Doe #1 being sexually abused when informed by the victim and his parents.