An up-and-coming Republican congressional candidate may have just begun a legal battle that reshapes the foundation for conservative anti-discrimination action against America’s technology giants.
Anna Paulina Luna of Florida’s 13th Congressional District filed an official complaint Wednesday with the Federal Election Commission regarding Twitter’s negligence in failing to verify her profile, while verifying that of incumbent Democratic opponent Charlie Crist.
On paper, however, the case is about far more than the validation and perceived legitimacy that come with the famed blue check-mark.
It is a matter of alleged election interference from Silicon Valley.
“This is not just about the verification,” Luna told The Western Journal on Tuesday. “This is about an illegal in-kind contribution, which means that these people illegally donated to a campaign to help them win.
The @Twitter corporation is providing a free service to Charlie