Twitter LOCKS Accounts Of Media, Celebrities, Gov. Officials For Sharing Biden Scandal Story

BRAZIL - 2020/06/15: In this photo illustration the Twitter logo is displayed on a smartphone and a red alerting word "CENSORED" on the blurred background. (Photo Illustration by Rafael Henrique/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

Twitter has locked the accounts of anyone who shared the New York Post story regarding Joe Biden’s foreign lobbying scandal, including media organisations, reporters, celebrities, and even government officials.

The story, which has been met with denials from the Biden campaign, claims that Hunter Biden had introduced his father, then-Vice President Joe Biden, to a top executive in a Ukrainian energy firm a year before Biden pressured the government of Ukraine to fire a prosecutor who was investigating the company.

After following Facebook’s crackdown, Twitter prevented anyone from sharing the “potentially harmful” story:

 

Twitter even prevented editors at the NY Post from tweeting out the story:

 

Now the company has gone one step further by LOCKING the accounts of anyone attempting to spread the information.

The NY Post’s primary account was locked:

 

A reporter with The Daily Caller attempted to share the story, and found his account was also locked:

 

Several other conservative reporters found their accounts locked:

After following Facebook’s crackdown, Twitter prevented anyone from sharing the “potentially harmful” story:

 

Twitter even prevented editors at the NY Post from tweeting out the story:

 

Now the company has gone one step further by LOCKING the accounts of anyone attempting to spread the information.

The NY Post’s primary account was locked:

 

A reporter with The Daily Caller attempted to share the story, and found his account was also locked:

 

Several other conservative reporters found their accounts locked:

Actor James Woods had the same experience:

 

Even White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany’s account was locked by Twitter:

 

Twitter’s actions have been labelled as election meddling and an ‘act of digital civil war’, as the company is not only locking accounts and preventing the spread of the information on its own platform, but discouraging anyone from reading the story in general:

 

 

 

 

Even Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey attempted to distance himself, describing his company’s response to the story as “not great” and “unacceptable”:

 

Was he really referring to the censorship though, or that fact that the reason for the censorship wasn’t well “communicated”?:

 

Perhaps Dorsey would like to explain this under oath?

 

Owen reveals why Facebook may be committing a crime by the censorship of a news story exposing Hunter and Joe Biden.

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