Elon Musk Reveals Why Twitter Suppressed the Hunter Laptop Story

by J Pelkey
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In a series of tweets, Twitter CEO Elon Musk blew the lid off the Hunter Biden laptop story being suppressed by Twitter before 2020 election.

He originally planned to live tweet the information at 5PM EST, but later said that they had to do some fact checking and it would have to wait 40 minutes past the originally planned time.

At the behest of Musk, the Twitter files were shared by author, journalist and podcaster Matt Taibbi.

Outsiders began petitioning Twitter to manipulate speech.

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In 2020, Joe Biden’s Team requested that tweets be deleted.

Celebrities and unknowns alike, including James Woods, were targeted by Twitter and the Democrat party.

Both parties had access to speech manipulation tools, but Twitter is overwhelmingly staffed with far-left radicals, so Democrats had more control over what is posted to Twitter.

The Twitter Files, Part One: How and Why Twitter Blocked the Hunter Biden Laptop Story.

“Twitter took extraordinary steps to suppress the story, removing links and posting warnings that it may be “unsafe.” They even blocked its transmission via direct message, a tool hitherto reserved for extreme cases, e.g. child pornography.”

The Hunter Biden laptop story had been removed for violation of the company’s “hacked materials” policy even though the laptop was never hacked into.

Hunter Biden left his laptop at a computer repair shop in Delaware and never retrieved his property.

The decision to block the Hunter laptop story was made at the highest levels at Twitter.

Supposedly without the knowledge of CEO Jack Dorsey.

One Twitter employee said everyone knew the ‘hacking’ excuse wasn’t going to hold but no one reversed it.

Twitter executives knew the Hunter Biden laptop was not “hacked” but they suppressed the story anyway.

Former VP of Global Comms Brandon Borrman asks, “Can we truthfully claim that this is part of the policy?”

Crooked FBI lawyer, James Baker, one of the architects of Spygate, was involved in Twitter’s decision to suppress the Hunter Biden laptop story.

He advised Twitter executives to suppress the story even though they all knew the materials had not been “hacked”.

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