The Washington Post reports:
After Rep. Devin Nunes failed last summer to force Twitter to unmask several accounts dedicated to ruthlessly mocking the California Republican, the Justice Department took aim at one of the congressman’s anonymous critics.
Court filings unsealed this week revealed that in the last months of the Trump presidency, the Justice Department used a grand jury subpoena to demand the identity of whoever was behind @NunesAlt, a Twitter account that criticized Nunes, a close ally of former president Donald Trump.
Twitter strongly objected to the November request and filed a motion to quash it, noting Nunes’s own failed legal efforts to reveal the identities of his Twitter detractors.
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Trump’s DOJ tried to demand the identity of who was behind a Twitter account that criticized Rep. Devin Nunes.
It’s the latest turn in a years-long legal beef between Nunes and several Twitter accounts like “Devin Nunes’ Cow” and “Devin Nunes’ Mom.” https://t.co/Y1r05KjpkX
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) May 18, 2021