Congress Looking At ‘Legal Remedies’ To Stop Social Media Censorship

Rep. Devin Nunes hinted at this during a recent FOX News interview.

Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) is one of the heroic Congressman fighting for transparency regarding the sham investigation conducted by Iraq War-supporting special investigator Bob Mueller, but he is also focusing on reigning in Twitter for its dishonest and discriminatory censorship practices.

Nunes told Maria Bartiromo during a FOX News interview that he only recently became aware of the term ‘shadowbanning.’ This is when a social media corporation hides your profile, denying you traffic, in order to perform thought control. Nunes was one of four Republican Congressman who was ‘shadowbanned’ by Twitter, according to recent reports.

The full interview can be seen here:

“I don’t know what Twitter’s up to. It sure looks to me like they’re censoring people, and they ought to stop it,” Nunes said. “And we are looking at any legal remedies we can go through.”

For most of the interview, Nunes talked about the Trump-Russia collusion scandal of which he has become a focal point. Nunes mentioned how ridiculous it is that the deep state is keeping information, such as the heavily redacted FISA warrant, under wraps presumably to protect criminal actors in the federal government.

“If people think using the Clinton dirt to get a FISA is bad, what else that’s in that application is even worse,” Nunes said, as quoted by the Wall Street Journal.

Nunes wants President Trump to declassify these federal documents that he believes would be a real eye-opener to the American public and would send more people running from the Democratic Party in droves.

“The sooner the President declassifies this, the better,” Nunes said. “I think the American people need to understand how important it’s gonna be to get out and vote in this election.”

Nunes also believes it is important for bureaucrats such as Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to be held accountable by Congress for refusing to do their jobs.

“We will have members of Congress that will be flying back to Washington during August to conduct interviews with very important witnesses that need to be interviewed as it relates to getting to the bottom of this Russia-gate scandal,” Nunes said.

While there many be many swamp rats still lingering around the Republican Party fold, it does not appear that the courageous Devin Nunes is one of them.

Written by Joshua Finkelberg

Joshua Finkelberg is a contributor for The Schpiel.


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