After two years, The New York Times has finally admitted the Hunter Biden laptop story was true. The story that was first reported by the New York Post revealed the then Presidential Democratic Candidate Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop containing emails and details about several seedy international deals.
As reports first started to come out regarding what was on Hunter’s laptop in 2020 several left-leaning media outlets, as well as Biden’s campaign team, labeled the story as “Russian disinformation.”
The censorship of the story went as far as becoming a banned topic on the social media platform Twitter. Twitter would block and delete any user or post that was discussing Hunter Biden. Twitter CEO at the time, Jack Dorsey later revealed the move was a “total mistake” when pressed at a congressional hearing on misinformation and social media.
Tony Katz says that Dorsey should be charged for the way Twitter inevitably influenced the 2020 Election.
“Jack Dorsey is a criminal who worked to influence an election in the United States. Jack Dorsey should, as I see it, face charges. Jack Dorsey did more to hurt our elections, Twitter did more to hurt our elections in the United States than the Russians.”
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki was recently asked about the Biden Administration dubbing Hunter’s laptop as “Russian misinformation.” Psaki redirected those questions to the Department of Justice.
Regardless, this isn’t a political story- it is about the danger of Big Tech censorship.