Law & Crime reports:
The latest drip in his cascade of defamation lawsuits, Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) sued MSNBC over a Rachel Maddow segment accusing him of “unexplained interactions” with a Ukrainian Parliament member suspected to be a Russian agent.
Two days after the intelligence community released a report exposing continuing Russian government efforts to influence the 2020 presidential election, Maddow aired a segment on one of the key figures of that report: Andriy Derkach, who was sanctioned by the Treasury last year as a suspected Russian agent.
With the intelligence community thrusting Derkach back in the news, Maddow raised questions about a package Nunes allegedly received from the suspected Russian operative during a segment on March 18 this year.
Read the full article. This lawsuit will surely meet the same fate as his other zillion defamation lawsuits, one of which was against a cow on Twitter.
Rep. Devin Nunes Sues MSNBC Over Rachel Maddow Segment Accusing Him of Ties to Sanctioned Ukrainianhttps://t.co/gRcVnkMicR
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