GotNews Editor-in-Chief Charles C. Johnson is encouraging former Trump Adviser Roger Stone and former Breitbart Tech Editor Milo Yiannopoulos to follow his lead and sue Twitter over its politically motivated censorship of their accounts.
According to a story published in The Hollywood Reporter, “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.”
Yiannopoulos seemed to confirm as much today. An article with the headline “MILO and Roger Stone Announce Lawsuit Against Twitter” is plastered across the former Breitbart editor’s new website, and Yiannopoulos also posted a video on his YouTube channel titled “MILO IS SUING TWITTER WITH ROGER STONE” confirming The Hollywood Reporter‘s scoop:
Stone and Yiannopoulos, who were banned from Twitter in 2017 and 2016, respectively, have both entertained the possibility of suing Twitter in the past. Johnson, who filed a landmark free speech lawsuit against Twitter on Monday, says he is excited at the idea of other conservatives filing their own lawsuits against the left-wing social media company.
Johnson says he is particularly impressed someone like Stone, a former Nixon insider with decades of experience as a political operative, is committed to standing up to the Silicon Valley titan (which he has previously promised to file an “antitrust case” against). “I’m pleased to see people of all ages have expressed interest in suing Twitter, including Roger at his advanced stage of life,” Johnson remarked. “If he sues Twitter, I just hope the lawsuit doesn’t fade out like his mind or his Richard Nixon tattoo.”
Stay tuned for more.
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