Earlier this month, after dismissing the scandalous content on Hunter Biden’s laptop as ‘Russian disinformation, the New York Times was forced to acknowledge that emails obtained from Hunter’s abandoned laptop were authentic. In the weeks leading up to the election, people were forbidden from sharing their laptop’s contents or sharing news stories on Twitter and other social media websites.
Since the New York Times acknowledged that Hunter’s laptop is actual, multiple other prominent media outlets have followed suit. Both CNN and the Washington Post admitted that the contents of Hunter’s laptops were accurate earlier this week.
CNN is no longer calling Hunter Biden’s laptop “Russian disinformation.”
“We know the FBI has possession of it and that they believe it is his laptop. The contents are his.” pic.twitter.com/n6pHdWHQVq
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) March 30, 2022
The New York Times and Washington post allegedly had access to a copy of Hunter Biden’s hard drive as early as last year after a Steve Bannon associate gave it to them.
Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee have launched an investigation into Facebook and Twitter for censoring articles about Hunter Biden’s laptop as mainstream media outlets continue to acknowledge the authenticity of the story.
— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) March 31, 2022
“Shortly before the 2020 election, Twitter suppressed an explosive New York Post article detailing how Hunter Biden used the position and influence of his father, now-President Biden, for personal gain, with the apparent awareness of President Biden. We wrote to Twitter at the time with important questions about Twitter’s knowing suppression of First-Amendment protected activity. Twitter ignored our letter and, in the months since, has avoided any meaningful accountability for its actions. Now, with even the New York Times confirming the accuracy of the Post’s reporting,2 we are investigating Twitter’s actions to interfere in free and fair election-related public discourse on its platform to the benefit of President Biden and the detriment of former President Trump.” the Republicans wrote in a letter to Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal.