National File hosted the Emergency Save the First Amendment Summit on February 26, 2020 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C.
- Alex Jones, who was infamously banned from Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube
- Gavin McInnes, founder of Censored.tv, who was famously banned from Facebook and Twitter
- Patrick Howley, formerly of Breitbart and The Daily Caller, one of the most influential reporters in 2016
- Owen Shroyer, known for viral videos confronting the left and exposing Drag Queen Story Time
The Emergency First Amendment Summit featured a Q&A session for the audience to engage with speakers, and was live streamed on social media.
The Emergency Save the First Amendment Summit was free to the public, and was ticketed through NationalFile.com.
All media was invited to attend.
“The free speech of conservative Americans is under attack,” said National File editor-in-chief Tom Pappert. “Alex Jones was banned because Americans wanted to hear his message. Laura Loomer, Paul Joseph Watson, Gavin McInnes, and Milo Yiannopoulos were all banned for the same reason.”
“Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube all claim that they’re unbiased platforms, yet their employees almost exclusively donate to Democrats.”
- Tom Pappert
- Nick Fuentes
- Patrick Howley
- Millie Weaver
- Peter D’Abrosca
- DeAnna Lorraine
- Enrique Tarrio
- Owen Shroyer
- Gavin McInnes
- Alex Jones
- Michael Flynn (son of General Mike Flynn)