(READ) Top Republican calls on Twitter employees to testify re: censorship of Hunter Biden laptop story

Rep. James Comer (R-Kentucky), the lead Republican on the House Oversight Committee and its incoming Chairman, has called on Twitter employees who were responsible for censoring the New York Post’s Hunter Biden laptop story to come forward and testify before the Committee during the next Congress in 2023.

In letters sent to Vijaya Gadde, Twitter’s former Chief Legal Officer; Yoel Roth, Twitter’s former Global Head of Trust & Safety; and James Baker, Twitter’s former Deputy General Counsel (and ex-counsel at the FBI), Comer has asked each to make arrangements to testify at a public hearing. 

Committee on Oversight and Reform Republicans are investigating President Biden’s involvement in his family’s foreign business practices and international influence peddling schemes. You have been identified as a figure central to suppressing information regarding President Biden and his family prior to an American election. Therefore, Committee Republicans request your attendance at a public Committee hearing during the 118th Congress to assess Big Tech’s control of free discourse and information sharing.

Rep. James Comer (R-Kentucky)

On Oct. 14, 2020, the day the laptop story was published, Twitter took steps to severely limit users’ ability to share reporting by the New York Post that challenged Joe Biden’s assertion he had never participated in his family’s history of using his public office for financial gain.

Establishment media outlets that failed to properly cover the story at the time, including the New York TimesWashington Post, and CBS, now belatedly acknowledge that the controversial information on Hunter Biden’s laptop is authentic. 

Twitter CEO Elon Musk recently claimed that Twitter ‘has interfered in elections.’ The American people deserve to know why Twitter took down the Hunter Biden laptop story even when your colleagues were questioning the rationale for suppressing the story. Your testimony will provide the Committee critical context regarding the Twitter censorship team’s decision to prohibit users from sharing information about a presidential candidate.”

Rep. James Comer (R-Kentucky)

Read the letters at the links below:

Vijaya Gadde

Yoel Roth

James Baker

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