Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and other big tech leaders testified in front of the Senate Commerce Committee today after blocking a New York Post story that exposed Hunter and Joe Biden's shady foreign dealings.
When the story broke two weeks ago, Twitter locked the New York Post's account and disabled the ability for users to share the link to the Biden story on the website. They also locked the personal account of White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany for sharing the news.
But according to Dorsey himself, Twitter has no proof the Biden story, and all of the documents presented to back it up, are false, fraudulent or a foreign influence campaign.
“We don’t”: Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admits they don't have any evidence to say the New York Post Biden story is disinformation pic.twitter.com/Yl5Ltsy1a3— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) October 28, 2020
As of today, the New York Post is still locked out of their Twitter account.
It's now been nearly two weeks: Has the "fact-checking" process been completed? Have our stories been allowed to recirculate?— Sohrab Ahmari (@SohrabAhmari) October 28, 2020
Because in the interval, neither Joe nor Hunter Biden has disputed the authenticity of the e-mails or the ownership of the hard drive.
Dorsey also failed to answer questions about why the company censors or issues warnings on tweets from President Trump but allows calls for genocide from Iranian leaders to stand.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey: President Trump tweets about mail-in election security are dangerous but the Iranian dictator tweeting about ridding the world of Israel is OK because world leaders need to be heard from . WTH?!?!? pic.twitter.com/pJnWLkw2GF— ForAmerica (@ForAmerica) October 28, 2020