Shiva Ayyadurai, who had his Twitter account suspended a month after Jan. 6, burst back onto the Twitter firmament on Dec. 20. Read more.
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One guess who's announced he's running for governor now that there aren't any Senate races to lose for the next few years? Read more.
Things go about as well as you'd expect when a high-school teacher invites the Daddy of Email to chat with students
Perhaps Google hasn't reached Martha's Vineyard yet: The Martha's Vineyard Times reports what happened after a civics teacher at the island high school invited repeat Senate failure, Arizona fraudit contributor and anti-vaxxer Shiva Ayyadurai in for a Zoom chat. Read more.
Failed Senate candidate who sued over results here got paid $55,000 to inject himself into Arizona election fraudit
The Tucson Sentinel reports: Arizona 'auditor' Shiva Ayyadurai didn’t understand election procedures, made false claims about signatures.
Losing Senate candidate says: Oops, never mind; drops lawsuit over election results, his Twitter account
Repeat Senate loser Shiva Ayyadurai tonight dropped his lawsuit against the Massachusetts Secretary of State's office, just one day after he'd filed a new complaint alleging that that office and Twitter were part of a ruthless global conspiracy out to destroy him and deprive all Americans of their free-speech rights. Read more.
A federal judge in Boston this week dismissed failed Senate candidate Shiva Ayyadurai's $50-million lawsuit against Marty Walsh and former Police Commissioner Bill Evans over the city's handling of the rally he and a few of his fellow rightists held at the Parkman Bandstand in 2017, the week after a Nazi rally in Charlottesville, VA ended with an anti-Nazi protester's murder. Read more.
Losing Senate candidate who once dreamed of collecting hundreds of millions from state officials in election lawsuit now faces tens of thousands in fines for disobeying court rules
A federal judge today formally dismissed most of repeat Senate loser Shiva Ayyadurai's increasingly conspiracy-drenched lawsuit against state elections officials and a national association of election officers, but kept alive what the judge considers the most interesting legal question of the suit: Whether Twitter colluded with those officials to permanently ban him from the platform, in possible violation of his First Amendment rights. Read more.
Failed senate candidate learns you can only push a federal judge so far; he could be facing criminal-contempt charges in his conspiracy-based lawsuit against Bill Galvin
A federal judge today refused to let Shiva Ayyadurai fire his lawyers from his case against the Secretary of State's office and said his attempt to do so and hire a new lawyer the day before he was supposed to file an amended complaint to bring Twitter into the case is the latest in a pattern of failing to obey court rules and the judge has had quite enough. Read more.
Losing Senate candidate who claims evil state officials kept him from hiring a lawyer now has two; judge says fine, but court will not pay for either
Shiva Ayyadurai, who has taken to claiming Secretary of State William Galvin and his top election official are orchestrating a global plot involving Twitter to destroy him, last week told a judge who had been willing to dip into a court fund to help pay for one lawyer that he now has two lawyers, including one who had previously represented Hulk Hogan and Donald and Melania Trump. Read more.
Man who really wants his Twitter account back gets court-appointed lawyer to take on his increasingly convoluted conspiracy case against election officials
A federal judge today told Shiva Ayyadurai he would dip into a court fund to help pay for a prominent downtown lawyer to bring some sense to Ayyadurai's legal case against Secretary of State William Galvin's office and, possibly, Twitter, which as of today involves claims that the state and a national association of elections officials built a coast-to-coast racketeering effort in which Twitter acts as "the executioner" to dispense with online criticism of the state's sinister machinations by deplatforming people like him. Read more.
Federal judge considers whether to order Twitter to give election-fraud conspiracy theorist his account back
If only, US District Court Judge Mark Wolf mused today, an official in Bill Galvin's office hadn't filed a complaint with Twitter last September about a tweet by failed Senate candidate Shiva Ayyadurai that alleged Galvin had ordered the destruction of one million ballots in the Republican primary that month. Read more.
State to judge: Serial loser senate candidate's legal arguments are ridculous and he should feel ridiculous
We here at the UHub Legal Desk know that many of you are sick to death of reading our endless accounts of said candidate's repeated attempts to have a judge order Secretary of State Bill Galvin tossed into a volcano, almost as much as you're tired of reading about somebody suing over the lack of butter in some company's sticks of butter, but bear with us for just a couple moments longer. Read more.
Twitter this week permanently banned failed Senate candidate Shiva Ayyadurai, who immediately went to court seeking an emergency order to stop Secretary of State Bill Galvin from using his "massive power" at the social-media company to suppress free speech. Read more.
A federal judge today enumerated all the things that were legally wrong in failed Senate candidate Shiva Ayyadurai's bid to overturn the September Republican primary for Senate, then gave him two weeks to file an amended complaint to properly address his grievances - which is basically that Secretary of State Bill Galvin made him lose. Read more.
When five failed Republican office seekers sued to overturn all the 2020 results in Massachusetts earlier this week, some wondered why Shiva Ayyadurai was not among them. After all, he's also suing over the results and contributed an affidavit to a now failed suit by some Trump supporters in Georgia. Read more.
Failed Senate candidate waited too long to sue over September primary results, oh, and he sued the wrong person, state says
A federal judge should dismiss failed Senate candidate Shiva Ayyadurai's demand for a halt to the certification of both the September primary and November election and a hand recount of all ballots because Ayyadurai waited too long to file his suit and ask for a recount and because he sued Secretary of State William Galvin when it's the governor and the Governor's Council who certify election results, which they did last week. Read more.
Failed Senate candidate who is suing Massachusetts now involved as 'expert' in lawsuit on behalf of failed presidential candidate in Georgia
Shiva Ayyadurai has taken time out from his busy schedule of suing the Massachusetts Secretary of State over Ayyadurai's failure to win election to the Senate this year to provide "expert" advice to a group of never-say-die Trump supporters suing the Georgia Secretary of State over their man's failure to win re-election as president this year. Read more.
Judge tells losing Senate candidate he has to follow court rules when filing a suit even if he doesn't have a lawyer
A federal judge said today he's willing to consider failed Senate candidate Shiva Ayyadurai's allegation that the state destroyed one million ballots to deprive him of his allegedly rightful place on the November ballot, but, no, he's not going to issue an emergency court order to bar the state from certifying the final results of both the September primary and the November general election. Read more.
State elections officials agree not to complain to Twitter about failed Senate candidate between now and Nov. 4
Faced with a possible temporary restraining order, the Secretary of State's office this afternoon agreed not to file any complaints with Twitter about anything Shiva Ayyadurai tweets between now and 9 a.m. the day after the election. Read more.
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