Media Censorship Keeps Voters In The Dark About BidenGate

Every day Americans cast early ballots in the U.S. presidential race oblivious to information that might change their vote if only they knew about it.

But they don’t know about a late-breaking story involving alleged corruption by Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden because of censorship. Not by the government. By the media.

The New York Post published an article on Oct. 14 about the contents of a computer laptop abandoned in 2019 at a Delaware computer repair shop by the son of Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden.

Emails on the laptop indicate Joe Biden may have been involved in a bribery scheme, taking a cut of millions paid to his son, Hunter, by foreign nationals in China and the Ukraine in exchange for using his position as vice-president to influence U.S. policy.

The emails came to light because the computer repair shop owner reviewed the contents of the abandoned laptop, became concerned and called the FBI, which seized the laptop.

When nothing happened, the store owner sent a copy of the laptop’s hard drive to an attorney for Rudy Giuliani, who is GOP President Donald Trump’s attorney, and Giuliani leaked it to the Post.

Censorship

When the Post attempted to share the Biden story on social media, Facebook and Twitter effectively censored the story

Facebook limited the spread of the story and Twitter locked the Post’s primary Twitter account for violating a Twitter rule on “distribution of hacked material.” (There was no hacked material.)

Mainstream publications and media outlets followed suit by ignoring the story or claiming, without evidence, that it was part of a Russian misinformation campaign.

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