Republicans were outraged when the FEC dismissed their complaints that Twitter had violated election laws by banning the unconfirmed Hunter Biden case.
The Federal Election Commission has dropped Republican allegations that Twitter violated election laws in October by barring people from posting links to an illegal New York Post article about the son of Joseph R. Biden Jr. first of all future cases of social media coverage and national campaigns.
The FEC confirmed that Twitter’s actions in connection with Hunter Biden’s actions were commercial, not political, and therefore sanctioned, according to a statement in The New York Times.
Republicans Responded to Their Recent Conquest
Donald Trump Jr., Hunter Biden stalker, wrote:
The New York Times STILL wants you to believe that Hunter Biden’s laptop is “unproven,” even though we’ve all seen videos from a laptop that he smokes with our eyes.
This is why the media industry has lost all trust.
– Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) September 13, 2021
Dana Loesch wrote:
It was not “inconsistent.” What the media cares about Bidens is a generous offer. https://t.co/aOPAF6IYCx
– Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) September 13, 2021
Fox News Reporter:
The only story that had no evidence on Twitter at the time was that Politico announced that Hunter Biden’s laptop was “Russian history.” https://t.co/6I2iqwH1dx
– Joseph A. Wulfsohn (@JosephWulfsohn) September 13, 2021
The Republican goal is to stop humanitarian companies from eliminating human disease.
The FEC regulation means that TV companies have the power to eliminate lies. This power has become an enemy of Republicans who have seen their efforts to use Twitter, in particular, to spread lies to be stopped. Facebook has done a lot more, in addition to stopping the spread of lies and distractions.
Republicans have never received a Donald Trump ban, which is why they say they are outraged by the use of unconventional language, which is always frustrating with the ability of TV companies to cover up their lies.
Mr. Easley is the managing editor. Also a White House Press Pool and a DRM reporter for PoliticusUSA. Jason holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduation program focused on the common good, especially in the future.
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