Incoming House GOP chairman plans to summon Twitter execs over Hunter Biden censorship
Rep. James Comer says requests will go out as soon as GOP takes over House in January.
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Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., the incoming chairman of the House Oversight Committee, is planning to summon Twitter executives to testify about their efforts to censor stories during the 2020 election about Hunter Biden’s overseas business dealings.
Comer made the pledge after new Twitter owner Elon Musk on Friday night released some internal memos showing how the platform restrained and blocked coverage of the Hunter Biden laptop.
‘I can promise you this: Every employee at Twitter who was involved in suppressing the Hunter Biden laptop story will have an opportunity to come before Congress and explain their actions to the American people,” Comer told Fox News.
“This story’s just beginning … because we’re going to have every single person at Twitter that was involved in this in front of the House Oversight Committee as soon as possible.”
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