Elon Musk says he will deliver subtleties Friday evening about Twitter’s choice to edit The Post’s scoop about Tracker Biden’s scandalous laptop. What really happened with the Hunter Biden story suppression by Twitter will be published on Twitter at 5 p.m. ET. ET tweeted the new CEO. He added this cute in a separate tweet with a popcorn emoji.
The world’s richest man, who bought Twitter last month, previously stressed why the company decided to block the bombshell report about 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 been teasing the release of the internal files for several days, arguing that the public wanted to know what really happened and it was bad for the future of civilisation fight with. He tweeted on Monday that if freedom of speech ends in America too, there will be more atrocities and the files will soon be published on Twitter.
Musk promised to reveal what really happened with the suppression of the story Musk clarified his stance on the Post vs. Twitter debacle in April ahead of Twitter’s $44 billion acquisition of @elonmusk, saying the platform’s decision was clearly was incredibly unfair.
Twitter and Facebook took extraordinary censorship measures against The Post in October 2020 after it made its first disclosure on a trove of emails discovered on Hunter’s laptop. The platform banned users from sharing the article and kicked the post out of their Twitter accounts. The hacked information was used in reports for more than two weeks due to the baseless claims.
Twitter locked the post’s account and stopped sharing the Hunter Biden article link in October 2020. Blocking the post reports that it was an “absolute mistake” and stops short of disclosing who is responsible for the glitch.