(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Elon Musk said on Wednesday that he may release information on Twitter’s internal discussions about censorship of stories about Hunter Biden’s laptop before the 2020 election, according to the Daily Wire.
Musk, who has been firing thousands of woke Twitter employees and adjusting the site’s approach to account suspensions and censorship since he took over the company last month, said that releasing internal Twitter messages about Biden’s laptop is “necessary to restore public trust.”
“Raise your hand if you think @ElonMusk should make public all internal discussions about the decision to censor the @NYPost’s story on Hunter Biden’s laptop before the 2020 Election in the interest of Transparency,” one Twitter user wrote.
“This is necessary to restore public trust.”
The New York Post reported about Hunter Biden’s laptop in October 2020, weeks before the presidential election. Big Tech companies, including Twitter, made everything possible to prevent the spread of the story.
“Twitter initially banned the Post’s story on the social media platform. Users were blocked from posting the link to the story or direct messaging it to other users,” the Wire reported.
“Twitter also locked the Post’s account for weeks, saying that the Post’s story violated Twitter’s rules against ‘hacked materials’ despite lacking evidence that the materials were obtained through hacking.”
“Current and former national security officials claimed at the time that the Biden story was likely Russian disinformation and a veiled attempt from Moscow to intervene in U.S. Elections,” the publication added.
The leftist propaganda, like CBS News, The New York Times and The Washington Post, acknowledged that the laptop and its contents and messages are real only years after the 2020 election.
Jack Dorsey, a former Twitter CEO, admitted — only after the 2020 elections — that banning the Post for its Hunter Biden’s laptop story was a mistake.
“We were called here today because of an enforcement decision we made against the New York Post based on a policy we created in 2018 to prevent Twitter from being used to spread hacked materials. This resulted in us blocking people from sharing a New York Post article publicly or privately,” Dorsey said in his testimony to Congress in Nov. 2020.
“We made a quick interpretation using no other evidence that the materials in the article were obtained through hacking, and according to our policy, we blocked them from being spread. Upon further consideration, we admitted this action was wrong and corrected it within 24 hours.”