Posted by Curt on 2 December, 2022 at 7:06 pm. 31 comments already!

By Bonchie

Elon Musk has done it again. He’s managed to make all the right people mad, this time by releasing the internal files detailing Twitter’s censorship of the Hunter Biden laptop story.
As RedState reported, though, things go even further than that, with the Biden administration directly colluding with Twitter to do its bidding for political purposes. That follows another recent revelation that the FBI was also working with social media companies to suppress the Hunter Biden bombshell.
As expected, instead of reacting with horror at the corruption (and collusion) that existed on social media during the 2020 election, “journalists” are trashing Musk for daring to expose all this. Transparency is bad again.

Ben Collins is the dumpster fire of a reporter who completely botched the Q-club shooting in Colorado, originally making all kinds of wild claims about him being a far-right purveyor of conservative thought. Yet, once the news broke that the shooter was actually non-binary, Collins quickly shifted gears, still blaming the right, but this time for supposedly having bullied the shooter. Heads I win, tails you lose.
Here, he’s going after Matt Taibbi, who received the Hunter Biden files in question and did a long Twitter thread on them. So let me get this straight. NBC News’ supposed disinformation reporter is not mad that something that was true was suppressed. Instead, he’s mad that the details of how that happened are being revealed. Makes sense.
Then there’s the most predictable take of all coming from Bulwark hack Tim Miller. Apparently, the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop were “revenge porn.”

Taibbi is blowing the lid on the fact that the Biden team was colluding with Twitter to have inconvenient tweets removed, an incredibly improper act. The fact that it happened behind closed doors makes it even more so. Despite that, Miller is describing the Hunter Biden laptop as “revenge porn” as a way to defend a campaign coordinating with a social media company to suppress politically damaging information.
One, it’s not revenge porn because that’s not at all what revenge porn is, and misusing the term is stupid. Two, does anyone want to take a guess as to whether Miller would have that same opinion if we were dealing with one of Donald Trump’s sons?
Meanwhile, others delivered the same type of consternation, writing snarky headlines in an attempt to downplay what Musk has released.

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