New Twitter Files appear to show FBI tried to 'discredit' importance of Hunter Biden business deals
The latest release of the 'Twitter Files' detail the FBI's engagement with the social media company to discredit information regarding President Biden's son
The Facts Inside Our Reporter’s Notebook
Independent writer Michael Shellenberger on Monday released the seventh edition of the "Twitter Files," releasing information on the social media platform that appears to show how the FBI and the U.S. intelligence community "discredited factual information about Hunter Biden's foreign business dealings."
"In Twitter Files #7, we present evidence pointing to an organized effort by representatives of the intelligence community (IC), aimed at senior executives at news and social media companies, to discredit leaked information about Hunter Biden before and after it was published," Shellenberger wrote.
New Twitter CEO Elon Musk, in an attempt to show transparency, has given Shellenberger and two other independent reporters access to internals communications among Twitter executives about how to deal with the story when it broke just weeks before Election Day 2020 and external communications from top Democrats that appear to show their efforts to try to suppress the story.
Just News, No Noise
- Homeland sees ‘heightened threat’ of attacks on churches, cops and feds ahead of 2024 election
- Nearly everyone infected with COVID-19 at CDC event was vaccinated: agency survey
- Debt deal frays GOP unity McCarthy enjoyed since Speaker battle as prominent conservatives bolt
- House Freedom Caucus blasts debt deal: 'This is a career-defining vote for every Republican'
- McCarthy vows to hold FBI Director Wray in contempt over Biden probe