Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., who will become the House Oversight Committee chairman next month when the Republican-controlled Congress takes over, said it’ll be interesting to learn if Twitter executives mentioned in journalist Matt Taibbi’s exposé of old Twitter — long before Elon Musk purchased the social platform for $44 billion — were acting on their own in October 2020, or coerced into suppressing the New York Post’s story on Hunter Biden.T
The Kentucky Republican’s line of thinking: If members of Joe Biden’s presidential campaign team from 2020, or any other federal officials colluded with Twitter on scuttling the Hunter Biden piece, Comer said “it would lead to some very serious charges.”
Simply put, there might be concrete evidence that government officials “worked closely to suppress this story,” Comer told Newsmax Monday evening, while appearing on “Rob Schmitt Tonight.”
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