The Biden campaign is doing everything possible to keep voters from reading Hunter’s emails.
But their efforts weren’t what they were hoping.
Joe Biden felt weak at the knees when he learned this awful failure.
Nearly a week later, the New York Post is still locked out of their Twitter account for breaking the story of Hunter Biden’s emails.
The emails that allegedly come from Hunter Biden’s laptop, abandoned at a computer repair shop, contain messages that sayJoe Biden met with a Burisma executive, the Ukrainian natural gas company that was paying Hunter $50,000 a month to sit on its board.
Twitter put a complete block on the story to try and halt its spread and Facebook tried to decrease the story’s reach.
The logic Twitter used was that the materials were hacked but there’s never been any indication that the materials were illegally obtained. The hard drive became the property of the computer repair shop when the owner of the computer failed to pick up their computer after 60 days.
Facebook’s excuse for stopping the story was that their fact checkers hadn’t proven the story to be true yet.
Yet these efforts to keep down the Biden scandal didn’t have the impact that they were looking for.
In fact, MIT reported that the Twitter ban actually doubled the reach of the New York Post’s story.
“According to Zignal Labs, a media intelligence firm, shares of the Post article ‘nearly doubled’ after Twitter started suppressing it,” MIT’s Technology Review reported Monday.
In fact the New York Post story was the leading story of the week.
“Facebook and Twitter’s frantic attempts to stop the spread of the New York Post’s Hunter Biden story didn’t prevent the article from becoming the top story about the election on those platforms last week, according to data from NewsWhip,” Axios noted.
NewsWhip found that the New York Post’s story “generated 2.59m interactions (likes, comments, shares) on Facebook and Twitter last week — more than double the next biggest story about Trump or Biden.”
And big tech’s attempt to censor the story also became a headline.
“Behind the Biden story itself, Facebook and Twitter’s response to the report was the second biggest topic last week,” Axios said, based on the NewsWhip data. “The backlash largely came from the right, which accused the tech platforms of meddling in the election through inappropriate censorship.”
There’s every reason for this to be the story of the week.
The evidence that alleged that Joe Biden was caught up in his son’s business deals deserve to be taken seriously.
A former business partner of Hunter, Tony Bobulinski, U.S. Navy Veteran, released a statement on Thursday claiming that Joe Biden was involved in his son’s business deals.
“I’ve seen Vice President Biden saying he never talked to Hunter about his business. I’ve seen firsthand that that’s not true, because it wasn’t just Hunter’s business, they said they were putting the Biden family name and its legacy on the line.”
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