Former President Donald Trump said on Thursday he’s willing to testify during his lawsuit against Facebook, Google and Twitter to share why he believes the 2020 election was stolen.
“I look forward to it actually,” Trump told Bill O’Reilly during an interview Thursday night, according to The Washington Times.
“I love talking about the election fraud, because it was the most fraudulent election. But the [social media] litigation and the lawsuit will be about everything, including the election.”
The former president announced the class-action lawsuit on Wednesday during a press conference that will target Big Tech and their CEOs for removing him from their platforms following Jan. 6.
The interview has the media “swirling” according to O’Reilly. He shared a compilation of experts commenting on the discussion in video released on Friday.
Mainstream media claims Trump has no case and that Section 230 allows Big Tech to remove those they wish to remove. But the case seeks to point out the discrimination in these moves, offering a legal case many hope will help fight the increasing viewpoint censorship in social media.
If so, the case will not help only Trump, but many Americans who have faced discrimination for expressing their free speech views on social media platforms.