Nunes Sends Warning To All Social Media After Suing Twitter For 250 million

On Monday, Devin Nunes of the House Intelligence Committee, filed a lawsuit to Twitter for 250 million for censorship and shadow banning.

DEVIN NUNEZ: He filed a lawsuit to Twitter for shadow banning conservatives and believes Twitter’s censorship interfered with the 2018 mid term elections.

THE LAW SUIT: The lawsuit read, “Twitter, by its actions, intended to generate and proliferate the false and defamatory statements about Plaintiff in order to influence the outcome of the 2018 Congressional election and to intimidate Plaintiff and interfere with his important investigation of corruption by the Clinton campaign and alleged Russian involvement in the 2016 Presidential Election.”

Liz Mair, GOP operative, is also under the lawsuit for making mockery accounts of Devin Nunez.

Mair “relentlessly smeared and defamed” the California Republican in citing allegedly false reports accusing him of being involved with a winery embroiled in a scandal involving the solicitation of underage prostitutes and cocaine.

TWITTER: Twitter previously denied allegations of shadow banning, attributing the situation to an algorithm intended to reduce the presence of white supremacists and other extremists on the platform. The social media platform has strongly denied political ideology plays a role in the company’s content decisions.

CONCLUSION: Devin Nunez is suing Twitter for shadow banning conservatives and not the left wing. Nunez is also suing Liz Mair who made fake accounts of Nunez’ mother and tweets inappropriate things acting as his mother. Twitter and Mair have not confirmed for a response.

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