White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said Monday morning that the Trump campaign could file lawsuits against Big Tech companies as soon as Monday.

Meadows reacted during a Fox News interview to Twitter’s initial decision to totally censor a series of stories from the New York Post regarding Hunter Biden, son of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.

GREENVILLE, NC – OCT. 15: President Donald Trump and White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows appear on stage during a Make America Great Again rally at the Pitt-Greenville Airport on Oct. 15, 2020 in Greenville, North Carolina. Thousands of people gathered to listen to the President 19 days before the 2020 presidential election. (Photo by Melissa Sue Gerrits/Getty Images)

“I can tell you that as we look at the level of activity that we’re seeing with Twitter, if there’s any interference in the election, it’s by Twitter and Facebook right now and trying to put a particular narrative out there,” the former congressman stated. “They’re going to have not only a problem with the American people, but they’re going to have a problem with Congress as this will bring Republicans and Democrats together to make sure that they, once and for all, are held accountable for their actions.”

“They have two standards, one for one campaign, one for the other,” he continued. “But I do believe that additional lawsuits will be filed perhaps as early as today to go after that.”

The Trump campaign did not respond to Daily Caller’s inquiries about whether or not they planned to file a lawsuit against Twitter.

President Donald Trump himself suggested during a Fox Business interview on Oct. 15 that the campaign would indeed sue after having their account locked for sharing the Post’s story.

“It’s going to all end up in a big lawsuit,” Trump stated. “There are things that can happen that are very severe that I’d rather not see happen.”

Author: Christian Datoc

Source: Daily Caller: Meadows Suggests Trump Campaign Could Sue Twitter Over Hunter Biden Censorship As Early As Monday

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