Elon Musk, the owner of Twitter, said that the company would soon release files related to its "free speech suppression" policy. This could include information about the platform's handling of the Hunter Biden laptop scandal.
In a series of tweets on November 28, Musk said that the company would release the files related to its policy on free speech suppression. He noted that the public would be able to see what really happened.
In October 2020, the New York Post published a story about the scandal involving Hunter Biden, the son of US President Joe Biden. The paper revealed that his father had been involved in illegal activities in Ukraine. Twitter prevented the public from reading the story, and it also locked the account of the newspaper.
A 2020 poll conducted by the Media Research Center revealed that 45 percent of Biden's voters did not know about the New York Post's story about his son, Hunter, because the media and Big Tech had whitewashed it. Had Americans been aware of the scandal, about 9.4 percent of Biden's supporters would have abandoned him, which would have given Donald Trump an Electoral College victory.
According to the Daily Wire, various media outlets, such as The Washington Post, The New York Times, and CBS News, confirmed the contents of the Biden laptop. These outlets also reported that the documents contained information about foreign business deals that Hunter Biden had participated in.
In addition to suppressing the allegations against Biden's son, Big Tech also maintained its support for the former vice president after he became the president. In April, a study conducted by the Media Research Center revealed that the tech companies had censored over 600 articles about Biden over a two-year period.
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