Roger Stone and Milo Yiannopoulos to sue Twitter

Roger Stone and Milo Yiannopoulos say they are planning to file a lawsuit in February.

Conservatives who feel slighted by social media giants are lawyering up, and some are taking their cases to Washington.

On Wednesday, GOP operative Roger Stone for the second time said he was preparing a lawsuit against Twitter, and this time he said that Milo Yiannopoulos will join him. Meanwhile, a high-ranking Beltway source claims that a prominent Republican member of Congress is getting ready to call for congressional hearings into alleged discrimination against conservatives on the part of Twitter, YouTube, Google and more.

The Stone and Yiannopoulos promise of a lawsuit that’s planned to be filed in February comes the same day ambush-journalist James O’Keefe released undercover video of Twitter employees claiming the platform “shadowbans” conservative tweets so that, unbeknownst to the author of the tweets, they cannot be read by his followers.

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  • patriot6

    I’d like to see many more people sue twitter into oblivion.

  • Brett_McS

    That would just entrench them, and nothing is easier to buy than a bunch of government regulators. They’re cheaper by the dozen. Better to widely distribute and expand on James O’Keefe’s great investigative work, in and out of the courts, and make their bias common knowledge. That will destroy their credibility and thereby their monopoly.