Both Town Hall Moderators Failed to Ask Questions About Hunter Biden Email Scandal
Earlier this week, the New York Post released a bombshell report with emails and details supporting Hunter Biden’s corruption and business dealings overseas that left him filthy rich. The emails show that Biden was not only aware of what Hunter was doing, but he was involved in it.
Since the release of this explosive news, Facebook and Twitter have been hard at work to censor the content on their social media platforms. Twitter went as far as locking the official account of the Trump campaign and the personal account of White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEneny because they posted links and information about the report.
In lieu of a debate between President Trump and Joe Biden, each candidate held a town hall. ABC News’ Host George Stephanopoulos moderated the Biden town hall and NBC News’ Anchor Savannah Guthrie moderated for Trump’s. Neither of them asked Joe Biden or President Trump what they thought about the report or about Biden’s involvement in it.
This omission only adds to the censorship and the very clear and obvious attack on free speech on social media. Twitter faced a huge crash Wednesday night, users were unable to refresh their feeds, tweet, comment, or retweet. Seems a little suspicious and conservatives are calling it out.
On Tuesday, Senate Republicans will be voting to issue subpoena’s against the social media giants to hold them accountable for their censorship, as this blocking of information isn’t the first time this has happened.
Savannah Guthrie launched non-stop attacks against the President and interrupted him several times. Her job was to ask questions and let others ask them as well, not engage in a political debate, which is what the night turned into. George Stephanopoulos didn’t press Biden on any issue and only handed him questions. These town halls seem to have been less impactful than the first debate.
Sources: Daily Caller, New York Post; Photo-Variety