The battle between Special Counsel Jack Smith and the company once known as Twitter has reached a shocking conclusion. Despite the company’s best efforts to block access, Smith’s team has unearthed former President Trump’s direct messages, location data, and draft tweets.
The company’s resistance led to a contempt of court ruling and a $350,000 fine in February. U.S. District Judge Beryl Howell’s frustration with the company’s legal team was palpable, as transcripts from the courtroom reveal.
The social media giant’s efforts to block access were thwarted, and they were forced to hand over extensive data related to Trump’s account. This includes all tweets “”created, drafted, favorited/liked, or retweeted,”” searches surrounding the 2020 election, devices used to log into the account, IP addresses, and associated accounts.
This revelation adds a new dimension to the third criminal indictment against Trump, related to his efforts to overturn the 2020 election results. The company’s failed attempt to block access raises questions about its motives and relationship with the former president.
Source Fox News