President Biden’s embattled son, Hunter Biden, ignored questions from the press about the Republican investigation and Twitter CEO Elon Musk at a high-profile White House event.
Hunter Biden smiled and turned away when asked what he expected from the “Republican Congress” at a White House awards ceremony hosted by the Kennedy Center on Sunday. Another reporter asked about Musk, who at the same time released files about Twitter’s attempts to suppress a story about his famous laptop in 2020.
Hunter Biden’s awkward meeting with the media was soon revealed by top House Republicans on Monday, who released evidence that the Biden administration was pressuring Twitter to censor conservatives on “Fox & Friends First.” .
TOP HOUSE REPUBLICAN: ELON MUSK RELEASE EVIDENCE BIDEN ADMIN FORCED TWITTER TO CENSOR CONSERVATIVES
Hunter Biden has played a central role in the Twitter censorship debate, with reporters and media representatives reacting to Musk’s recent release of the “Twitter Files.”
Hunter Biden’s situation is also drawing interest after Twitter’s former head of site integrity, Yoel Roth, warned the FBI to expect a “crackdown” operation against Twitter during weekly meetings ahead of the 2020 election. New York Post.
FBI WARNS TWITTER OF HUNTER BIDEN 2020 EXPOSED ‘OPERATION BREAK AND LEAK’
In another example of high-profile and secretive ties between Big Tech and government, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told podcast host Joe Rogan that the FBI prompted his platform to be on “high alert” for “Russian propaganda” ahead of the 2020 election. . The agency included language that was specific enough to fit the “pattern” of Hunter Biden’s story, Zuckerberg said.