Fox News White House Correspondent Jacqui Heinrich is reporting that Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) is retiring and will be taking a new job as the new CEO of Trump’s media organization.  “I’m told he “got a job offer that he can’t refuse” she tweeted.

Devin Nunes, the bold and outspoken Representative from California has been one of the few lawmakers in DC to take the social media censorship issue seriously.

In June 2020, a judge shot down Devin Nunes’ attempt to sue Twitter.

Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) cannot include Twitter in his lawsuit against two parody accounts and a Republican strategist he accuses of defaming him on the platform, a federal judge ruled Wednesday.

Twitter cannot be held legally liable for statements by the accounts and strategist Liz Mair, Judge John Marshall ruled, citing federal law.

The California Republican, Marshall wrote, “seeks to have the court treat Twitter as the publisher or speaker of the content provided by others based on its allowing or not allowing certain content to be on its internet platform,” adding “the court refuses to do so,” according to the Fresno Bee.


In January 2021, Rep. Devin Nunes joined Maria Bartiromo on “Sunday Morning Futures” to discuss Big Tech and their effort to destroy Parler. He said it’s worse than he ever imagined. The problem is that politicians in DC who could have done something about Big Tech, remained clueless until it was too late.

“In China, you have state-run media. In the United States, you have a media-run state.”

Rep. Nunes called for the prosecution of Big Tech for racketeering investigation:

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