RNC Says Twitter Made Illegal, Corporate Contribution to Biden Campaign

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The Republican National Committee filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission, stating that Twitter made an “illegal, corporate in-kind political contribution” to the Biden campaign by censoring a New York Post article on the Biden family’s overseas ‘pay-for-play’ dealings.

The complaint, filed on Friday, says that Twitter “is a partisan actor” that is “using its corporate resources to provide active support for Joe Biden’s campaign in violation of federal law” by censoring the New York Post exposé which painted Biden in a bad light.

“Through its ad hoc, partisan oppression of media critical of Biden, [Twitter] is making illegal, corporate in-kind contributions as it provides unheard-of media services for Joe Biden’s campaign,” the RNC stated, adding that Twitter 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.”

In addition to outright censorship of the article, Twitter also suspended the accounts of White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany and even the official Trump campaign for discussing the exposé.

RNC Complaint Against Twitt… by Fox News


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