“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.”
At this time, only one of the Nunes parody accounts faced suspension from the Twitter platform. @DevinCow is still functional, as of Monday night.
Devin Nunes is requesting $350,000 in punitive damages and $250 million in compensation.
Both Liz Mair and Twitter have yet to issue public statements regarding the lawsuit against them.
Social Networking Sites and the Censorship of Conservatives
Nunes is one of many individuals to accuse networking sites of intentionally censoring conservatives. Many right-leaning Americans maintain that Silicon Valley and big tech harbors bias in favor of the left-wing. However, Twitter and other social networking groups have denied allegations of purposeful censorship.