U.S. Representative Devin Nunes recently sued Twitter and a person who ran parody accounts using his name for defamation of character, seeking $250 million in damages. Does he stand a chance to win his lawsuit?
Marc Little, a lawyer and Vice Chair of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education’s board of directors, recently appeared on the Daily Ledger to talk about the First Amendment, the government, and social media.
Little also talked about the case of teenager Nick Sandmann of Covington High School, who’s suing CNN and the Washington Post for defamation. Little is more optimistic about this case.
Tough battle. Free speech is under attack in the public square with few protections for conservatives. Who will prevail against the 4th branch of gov’t? Devin Nunes and/or Nicholas Sandmann (Covington High)? @YourBCN, @GrahamLedger, @OANN, https://t.co/dK2YHfXDn3
— Marc Little (@ProdigalRepub) March 23, 2019