So … for the entire day Wednesday, Twitter blocked the sharing of the URL pointing to the New York Post’s cover story about emails found on a laptop presumably belonging to Hunter Biden but abandoned at a computer repair shop. Even White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany found herself locked out of her account for posting about the story, allegedly because she was spreading information that was obtained by “hacking.”
Conservatives angered by Twitter’s censorship of a piece critical of Joe Biden then got to watch as Twitter promoted an article from the Washington Post which allegedly debunked the Post’s article. You see, the Washington Post has confirmed that Joe Biden did not push out a Ukrainian prosecutor. Except, like many of us, Rep. Lee Zeldin remembers Biden bragging about doing that exact thing.
Indisputably false claim Twitter placed at the top of their App on my phone: “then-Vice President Biden played no role in pressuring Ukraine officials into firing the prosecutor.” Biden admitted to doing this & even bragged about threatening the loss of $1B if not done instantly. pic.twitter.com/QAQ5MTX7iV
— Lee Zeldin (@RepLeeZeldin) October 14, 2020
This is absurd. Here’s the video?? pic.twitter.com/QzwCsjp830
— Mitchell Fraker ?? (@mitchfraker) October 14, 2020
Yeah you can make the case that the pressure wasn’t about protecting Burisma, or wasn’t improper. But you can’t say it didn’t happen. Biden boasted of it in public, on tape. https://t.co/cLNIRQSjjf
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) October 15, 2020
Its on tape
It's on video
— Go Sox (@Go_BoSox) October 14, 2020
WE ALL SAW THE VIDEO! 1984 called and wants its #newspeak back.
— Harper (@0519Harper) October 14, 2020
We have all seen the video
— Joseph Green (@josephgreen199) October 15, 2020
I just watched it rerun on tv
— Cj2 (@Jean28176334) October 14, 2020
Saw that too. Their "fact checked source"…WaPo.
— paul gilliam (@txkingwoody) October 14, 2020
He BRAGGED about it!!
— David L Boyd (@DLBoyd151) October 14, 2020
Pretty sure I just watched him bragging about on video ?
— Craig Dossiter (@CDossiter) October 15, 2020
Then why did he brag that he did…on camera?
— M Crawford (@mdcraw4d) October 15, 2020
It wasn’t instantly! He gave them 6 hours!
— brylczyk (@brylczyk) October 15, 2020
"Washington Post confirms" lol
— Commoner (@Commoner__) October 15, 2020
I've seen the video of him doing it Lee, I say you are 100% correct… Twitter is lying, and is indeed try to sway the election.
— What Needs To Be Said (@WhatNeedsToBeS8) October 15, 2020
You might want to check out a video? Quick Pro Joe even says this as much, his words not mine!
— Brion Wolfe (@Wolfedad74) October 14, 2020
He’s on video bragging about doing it. So was he lying then or is he lying now?
— Lefty and Shorty (@boomboomsroom) October 15, 2020
The gotcha is the prosecutor wasn't investigating hunter but the company he worked for. Its word salad to confuse those not paying attention.
— boomer (@markyrocks69) October 15, 2020
So we're not supposed to believe his own words and the mountain of evidence proving otherwise. But all it takes is a "drunken" conversation about emails to start a multi year investigation including spying on the President of the United States.
— BasedVeteran (@BasedVeteran) October 15, 2020
‘That case may come before you’: Sen. Josh Hawley’s hypothetical question for Amy Coney Barrett hits Joe Biden HARD https://t.co/JGKwVk4YWU
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 14, 2020