The Republican National Committee lodged a complaint with the the Federal Election Commission on Friday, claiming that Twitter’s unprecedented censoring of The Post’s bombshell Hunter Biden exposé amounted to a “illegal corporate in-kind political contribution” to Joe Biden’s campaign.
The complaint, obtained by Fox News, accuses the Silicon Valley giant of being “a partisan actor, run by partisan Democrats” after it blocked users from sharing a link to The Post’s reporting — even blocking the account of White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, among others, after they posted it.
“Respondent is engaged in arguably the most brazen and unprecedented act of media suppression in this country’s history, and it is doing so for the clear purpose of supporting the Biden campaign,” the complaint read.
The RNC claimed the social media giant, run by Jack Dorsey, was “using its corporate resources to provide active support for Joe Biden’s campaign in violation of federal law.”
Senate Judiciary Committee Republicans on Thursday said they will hold a hearing Tuesday to compel Dorsey to testify about the troubling censorship of The Post’s uncovering of Ukraine- and China-related documents from an alleged Hunter Biden hard drive.
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