Lawyers for Dominion Voting are asking social media sites like Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Parler to preserve posts that were made by former President Donald Trump and far-right extremist personalities. Dominion plans to file defamation lawsuits.
“A number of posts on your website must be preserved because they are relevant to our client’s libel claims; these claims are based on false accusations that Dominion rigged the 2020 election,” Dominion’s lawyers at the Clare Locke Firm said.
Dominions hit list is long. Content posted by Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell, Lin Wood, Mike Lindell, Ron Watkins, Jim Watkins, and Don Bongino contained false accusations against Dominion voting. The content was posted between November and January.
Dominion is also asking social media company’s to preserve post from Fox News, Sean Hannity, Jeanine Pirro, Maria Bartiromo, Lou Dobbs, One America News Network, The Epoch Times, Rebel News, Newsmax, Greg Kelly, Jenna Ellis, Michael Flynn, Jovan Pulitzer, Russell Ramsland, Patrick Byrne, and John Catsimatidis.
Dominion warned in its letters to the social media companies that more lawsuits would be coming.