U.S. Senate to subpoena Twitter CEO over blocking of the New York Post Biden Articles

On October 15, Senate Republicans said the Senate Judiciary Committee would issue a subpoena to Twitter Inc. CEO Jack Dorsey on Tuesday. This comes after the company blocked a New York Post article related to Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden.

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After the New York Post published their exclusive story yesterday on Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden and his alleged Ukraine dealings, Twitter censored the story and then began suspending accounts that had shared the article on the platform.

This morning, the New York Post posted another story on Joe Biden and family alleged corruption revealing ‘how Hunter Biden tried to cash in big on behalf of family with Chinese firm’. This story has also been banned from the platform. 

On October 14, Fox News is reported that the emails were under investigation by the Senate Homeland Security Committee after the New York Post hard-drive report. Chairman of the committee Ron Johnson says the panel is working to validate the information released.

The committee Chairman told Fox News that the committee has been in touch with the person who provided the emails to the New York Post and is in the process of validating the information contained in them.

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