Hunter Biden Laptop Bombshell: Twitter Invented A Reason To Help Joe Biden Win In 2020

(Liberty Bell) – Billionaire Elon Musk is once again proving to be one of the most important individuals in the cultural battle against Marxism in our country at this point in history, which truly goes to show the “truth is stranger than fiction” motif is absolutely true. This time, Musk is turning the world upside down by releasing information that shows the Biden team used a direct line to Twitter’s leadership at the time to censor a story by the New York Post concerning the now infamous laptop of Hunter Biden.

According to a story just published by the New York Post, “Twitter ‘just freelanced’ its baseless decision to censor The Post’s bombshell Hunter Biden laptop scoop in the run up to the 2020 election — with top-level workers at the social media giant agreeing that controversial decision was ‘f–ked,’ damning insider communications released by CEO Elon Musk Friday reveal.”

A team of reporters for the outlet, including Victor Nava, Kenneth Garger, and Bruce Golding also wrote, “The chaos and confusion behind closed doors at Twitter in the immediate aftermath of the October 2020 Hunter Biden expose show that a small group of top-level execs decided to label the Post’s story as “hacked material” without any evidence — behind the back of then-CEO and founder Jack Dorsey.”

Twitter’s new CEO tweeted out a link to the user account of independent journalist Matt Taibbi just after 6 a.m. that revealed details concerning the rather shady censorship decision by posting a series of redacted emails in an exchange between Twitter employees.

The decision to censor the Biden laptop story was made “at the highest levels of the company,” Taibbi stated. However, there was no involvement by Dorsey in the matter.

Taibbi then said that internal communications reveal “just how much was done without the knowledge of CEO Jack Dorsey, and how long it took for the situation to get ‘unf–ked’ (as one ex-employee put it) even after Dorsey jumped in.”

The independent journalist then noted that the social media’ former head of legal, policy, and trust, Vijaya Gadde, played a “key role” in making the censorship decision.

“Damning emails and comments from former Twitter employees showed that “everyone knew” the social media giant’s suppression of The Post’s scoops about Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop. “was f—ed,'” the Post team revealed.

So what was the rationale behind the decision to take such an extraordinary measure concerning the censorship of the Hunter Biden report? They claimed the story violated the social media company’s “hacked materials” policy, which, according to Taibbi, was questioned by many individuals on the inside.

“Several Twitter sources reportedly told Taibbi that they remember hearing about a ‘general’ warning from federal law enforcement in the summer of 2022 about foreign hacking, but no evidence has been found about government involvement specifically centered on The Post’s story on Hunter Biden’s laptop,” the reporters continued.

“Hacking was the excuse, but within a few hours, pretty much everyone realized that wasn’t going to hold. But no one had the guts to reverse it,” the ex-employee proclaimed.

A former employee spoke with Taibbi concerning how the decision was reached, saying, “They just freelanced it.”

Even high-level executives were puzzled about the decision to censor the laptop story.

“I’m struggling to understand the policy basis for marking this as unsafe,” Trenton Kennedy, a communications official stated in an apparent internal email sent out to colleagues.

Twitter Deputy General Counsel Jim Baker responded by saying that it was “reasonable” to assume the materials were hacked and that “caution is warranted.” Cheap excuse that, when in reality, does not hold water in the slightest.

“Can we truthfully claim that this is part of the policy?” former Twitter Vice President of Global Communications Brandon Borrman goes on to ask in another message.

Another former employee of the company remarked that “Everyone knew this was f–ked,” during a conversation with Taibbi about the official stance Twitter took on the laptop story.

Taibbi then stated that the company “took extraordinary steps to suppress” the Post’s story concerning Hunter Biden and his laptop, taking down links to the report shared by users and blasting warnings saying the links might be “unsafe.”

The Post team then wrote, “Taibbi said that Twitter even resorted to a rarely used tactic to stop the dissemination of the story – blocking the sharing of links to the story via direct message, a tool usually only used in ‘extreme cases,’ such as to stop the distribution of child pornography.”

“Twitter’s censorship of the story led to then-White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany getting locked out of her account with just weeks to go before the 2020 election,” the Post team added.

In an email that was shared by Taibbi, Mike Hahn, a campaign staffer for former President Donald Trump, sent out a very angry missive to Twitter demanding to know when the press secretary would be unlocked.

“At least pretend to care for the next 20 days,” Hahn blasted.

When Caroline Strom, Twitter’s public policy executive, notified the trust and safety teams about the incident they responded that McEnany was in violation of the company’s “hacked materials” policy.

Later on, Taibbi unveiled company emails that responded to a request from “the Biden team” during the run-up to the 2020 election, right after the company started to crack down on the laptop expose.

Another message that was dated Oct. 24, 2020, went on to say, “An additional report from DNC,” which is a reference to the Democratic National Committee. Another commented, “More to review from the Biden team,” along with a long list of posts from Twitter.

Someone then responded by saying, “handled these.”

The former writer for Rolling Stone magazine stated the “system wasn’t balanced” and “was based on contacts.”

“Because Twitter was and is overwhelmingly staffed by people of one political orientation, there were more channels, more ways to complain, open to the left (well, Democrats) than the right,” he continued.

Before he purchased the company for $44 billion, Musk had shared his own thoughts and feelings on the whole situation back in April by saying the decision by Twitter to censor the Post story was “obviously incredibly inappropriate.”

“Twitter, as well as Facebook, took extraordinary censorship measures against The Post when it first published its expose on the trove of emails discovered on Hunter’s laptop in October 2020,” the Post story reads.

The platform went on to prohibit its users from being able to share links to the expose, even going so far as to lock out The Post from their account for two weeks in response to the whole bogus hacked information policy.

During a congressional hearing concerning the topic of misinformation and social media in March 2021, the former CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, confessed that blocking the report about the laptop was a “total mistake.”

He would not reveal who was ultimately responsible for the censorship.

The only thing missing from the Twitter files, according to the NY Post, is the part the FBI played in encouraging the social media company to censor the story.

“We know that FBI Supervisory Special Agent Elvis Chan testified Tuesday in a lawsuit against the Biden administration brought by Republican attorneys that he organized those weekly meetings with Twitter and Facebook in San Francisco for as many as seven Washington-based FBI agents in the run-up to the 2020 presidential election,” Miranda Devine disclosed in her story on the topic.

She continued, “Musk reveals that a crucial player in Twitter’s censorship of The Post was former FBI general counsel James Baker, a central player in the Russia collusion hoax, who had become Twitter’s Deputy General Counsel. Baker in an undated email urges on the censorship action because ‘caution is warranted.'”

“At this stage it is reasonable for us to assume that [the Post had published ‘hacked material’] and that caution is warranted. “There are some facts that indicate that the materials may have been hacked while there are others indicating that the computer was either abandoned and/or the owner consented to allow the repair shop to access for at least some purposes. We simply need more information,” Baker said.

How many times do we need to see the FBI being used as a political weapon before something is done to oust the corruption from within the agency? Let’s hope that happens when the GOP takes over the House in January.

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