Fake news and Silicon Valley censorship is not going to be resolved by a corrupt on-the-take Congress that rakes in millions of dollars from the Silicon Valley tech tyrants but there may be a day coming when the systemic censorship of pro-Trump voices will get a day in court.
Following the defamation lawsuits by the victimized Nick Sandmann that have been filed against fake news factories CNN and the Washington Post, a member of Congress has joined the party by filing his own $250 million lawsuit against Twitter for the practice of shadowbanning conservatives.
Republican Congressman Devin Nunes who has been one of the few members of the House Of Representatives to aggressively demand answers about the FBI-DOJ coup against President Trump and the Obama regime’s flagrant abuse of the nation’s anti-terrorist surveillance apparatus for political purposes filed the defamation suit against @Jack on Monday.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 19, 2019
Via Politico, “Rep. Devin Nunes suing Twitter for $250 million”:
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) is suing Twitter and three of its users for $250 million in damages, alleging that he was defamed and that the social media juggernaut engages in the “shadow-banning” of conservative opinions and selectively enforces its own terms of service to benefit opponents of the Republican Party.
Nunes also claims in the 40-page lawsuit, dated Monday and addressed to the Virginia Circuit Court in Henrico County, that Twitter sought to influence his 2018 re-election race and interfere with his investigation into Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and Russian involvement in the 2016 election. Nunes oversaw that inquiry as chairman of the House Intelligence Committee — a role he held until Democrats officially retook the House in January.
Fox News on Monday uploaded a copy of the complaint to its website. It was unclear whether the suit had actually been filed, since the copy did not bear a case number. Nunes’ lawyer could not be reached for comment Monday night.
Among the suit’s defendants are a Twitter user purporting to be the congressman’s mother, a Twitter user operating an account called “Devin Nunes’ cow,” and GOP communications strategist Liz Mair.
Nunes discussed the lawsuit with Fox’s Sean Hannity on Monday night.
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SUE THE BASTARDS! Then break them up!
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