Representative Devin Nunes pledges $ 250 million in court for defamation against Twitter and two anonymous Twitter accounts



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Representative Devin Nunes (R-CA) sued Twitter, two anonymous Twitter accounts, and political consultant Liz Mair for more than $ 250 million, alleging that the defendants had committed "acts of negligence, defamation, insulting and a civil conspiracy. Nunes accuses Twitter of having a "political agenda" by allowing two anonymous accounts: "Devin Nunes Mum" (@DevinNunesMom) and "Devin Nunes Cow" (@DevinCow) – and Mair to attack, defame and darken him. . The complaint alleges that the two Twitter accounts "engaged in a flawed defamation campaign against Nunes that lasted for more than a year" and that Mair reportedly "stained and defamed" the legislator by "filming stunts" in his DC office, accusing him of "multiple crimes," and "filing fraudulent ethical complaints" against him.The lawsuit also claims Twitter's Nunes banned from the Twitter shadow, which "restrict[ed] its freedom of expression "and" amplif[ied] the abusive and hateful content "Twitter and Mair accounts displayed. In addition, Nunes asked the court to order Twitter to reveal the identity of the anonymous accounts and suspend @DevinNunesMom, @DevinCow and Liz Mair. Mair, who contributed as a writer to the Daily Beast, wrote the Twitter that she refused to comment on the costume.

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