Devin Nunes slapped CNN with this lawsuit that could bankrupt the network for good
CNN’s hobby of running fake news to smear Republicans is about to bite them big time.
This time fake news CNN got caught running a story so blatantly false that there is no getting around the consequences.
And that’s because Devin Nunes slapped CNN with this lawsuit that could bankrupt the network for good.
Fake news CNN recently published a story claiming Devin Nunes traveled to Vienna and Ukraine to meet with Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin to gather up political dirt on former Vice President Joe Biden.
Not only did Nunes denounce the story as false, but he filed a $435 million defamation lawsuit against CNN to hold the network accountable for running purposefully fake news.
The Washington Times reports:
“Devin Nunes did not go to Vienna or anywhere else in Austria in 2018,” declares the lawsuit seeking $435 million in damages. He said he visited two countries: Libya and Malta on a congressional delegation, or “codel.”
The CNN story said Mr. Nunes supposedly met with former Ukrainian chief prosecutor Viktor Shokin.
“Devin Nunes has never met Viktor Shokin,” says the complaint, filed in U.S. District Court in Richmond. “This meeting never took place. Viktor Shokin doesn’t know and hasn’t even heard of Devin Nunes.”
CNN also reported that Mr. Nunes began communicating with Lev Parnas around the time. He is a Soviet-born U.S. citizen and Florida businessman who became a source for Rudolph W. Giuliani, President Trump’s personal attorney. Mr. Giuliani was investigating Ukraine’s involvement in the 2016 election.
CNN spent the last three years smearing Donald Trump and his supporters with lies and fake news.
Devin Nunes has had enough.
And now the California Congressman is fighting back.