BREAKING: Judiciary Committee Officially Authorizes Big Tech Subpoenas
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On Thursday morning, just moments after the Senate Judiciary Committee unanimously voted 12-0 on Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination, a vote was held to decided whether or not to authorize subpoenas for Big Tech giants, Twitter and Facebook.
Both Twitter and Facebook, along with CEO's Jack Dorsey and Mark Zuckerberg, have been complicit in a massive censorship campaign regarding the Joe and Hunter Biden laptop scandal.
Both social media platforms allow for freedom of speech with respect to left-wing media and propaganda, however actively suppressed the New York Post's story when news broke showing the corruption of Presidential nominee, Joe Biden.
Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee voted to authorize subpoenas for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to testify about their handling of a recent unverified New York Post article about former Vice President Joe Biden’s son.
Twelve Republicans on the committee voted to authorize the subpoenas and ten Democrats sat out the markup in a protest of the session’s earlier vote on the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.
In has been understood for a long time that Big Tech companies, including Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram use a biased "fact-checking" method to systematically weed out users and posts to may be damaging to the democratic agenda. Last week, the public saw the most blatant case of it when Twitter began locking users out of their accounts when they posted anything having to do with the Biden Laptop story.
As of this morning, the New York Post has still not been granted access to their Twitter account - Twitter has taken away access to the platform from one of America's oldest newspapers.
Missouri Senator, Josh Hawley has been leading the crusade against these companies.
Social media companies are currently protected by the Communications Decency Act, allowing them to operate as "publishers" when they see fit. This can obviously cause problems when it comes to political news, views, and election seasons.
Administrators at Twitter have informed the New York Post that they must delete any and all articles regarding Hunter Biden's emails.
For these reasons, the Senate Judiciary Committee has officially voted to subpoena these companies and House Representatives have been exploring the idea of revisiting the Communications Decency Act.
We will keep you informed on this as more details surface.