Elon Musk will delete Hunter Biden’s censorship file on Twitter today

Elon Musk says he will release details Friday afternoon about Twitter’s decision to censor The Post’s information about Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop.

“What Really Happened to Twitter’s Suppression of Hunter Biden Story Coming to Twitter at 5pm ET!” tweeted the new CEO.

“This is going to be awesome,” he added in a separate tweet alongside a popcorn emoji.

The richest man in the world, who bought Twitter last month, has previously insisted full disclosure was needed to determine why the company decided to block the bombshell report on President Biden’s son in the weeks leading up to the 2020 election.

The 51-year-old, who has vowed to turn Twitter into a bastion of free speech, had teased the release of the internal files for several days, arguing that “the public deserves to know what really happened”.

“This is a fight for the future of civilization. If freedom of expression is also lost in America, only tyranny awaits,” he said tweeted on Monday According to the vow, the files would “soon be self-published on Twitter.”

Musk promised to reveal it "what really happened" with the suppression of history.
Musk vowed to use the suppression of the story to reveal “what really happened.”
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Ahead of his $44 billion acquisition, Musk had made his stance clear on The Post-Twitter debacle back in April, saying that the platform’s decision was “manifestly incredibly inappropriate.”

Both Twitter and Facebook took extraordinary censorship measures against The Post when it first published its revelation about the trove of emails discovered on Hunter’s laptop in October 2020.

The platform banned users from sharing the article – and suspended The Post from its Twitter account for more than two weeks over unsubstantiated claims the report used hacked information.

Twitter suspended The Post's account and prevented links from sharing Hunter Biden's October 2020 article.
Twitter suspended The Post’s account and prevented links from sharing Hunter Biden’s October 2020 article.
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Jack Dorsey, Twitter’s then-CEO, later admitted during a congressional hearing on misinformation and social media last March that blocking The Post’s report was a “total mistake.”

He briefly stopped revealing who was responsible for the mistake.

https://nypost.com/2022/12/02/elon-musk-to-drop-twitters-hunter-biden-censorship-file-today/ Elon Musk will delete Hunter Biden’s censorship file on Twitter today


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