Facebook And Of Twitter Decision to prevent users from sharing a series of explosions The New York Post reported Examining Hunter Biden’s foreign business activities “really strikes me as beating up the Big Brother,”Fox News Sunday“Host Chris Wallace said”Fox News Rounddown“Podcast Friday.
“I have a real problem with that, I think you are or you are out,” Wallace said. “When I say that, it’s the Wild West and you’re posting everything – and I can understand the concern about what happened with the Russian misinformation in 2016 – or you put it all there, and if you have a problem with some of it … then give it to your users. Put the word and say, ‘We can’t confirm this story’ or ‘There are some questions in this story’.
“But banning it and saying‘ no one is allowed to discuss this story or post this story ’- you know, is out there, and you can’t put the genie back in the bottle, it was before the New York Post page – smashes me like Big Brother. “
On Wednesday, the report said it received emails from a laptop computer owned by Hunter Biden. In an email, Biden introduced his father, Joe Biden, an executive at the Ukrainian energy company Brisma Holdings, who was then vice president of the United States. Joe Biden has repeatedly refused to discuss Hunter’s foreign business interests, and has refused to hold any formal meetings with his campaign manager.
Shortly after the Post Story was released, Andy Stone, Facebook’s Director of Policy Communications, a former Democratic congressional employee, announced that Facebook would “reduce its distribution on our platform.” Twitter soon followed suit, preventing users from sharing the story, citing a violation of the site’s hacked policy ‘.
Those moves “backfired because … it’s not just a story about a story, it’s a story about how big it is,” Wallace said Friday. [social] Media giants. “
The “Fox News Sunday” host described the Post report as “very specific.”
“I’m not saying this isn’t true, but it seems to me that it requires a lot of investigation. The man who ran the computer shop is said to be legally blind. He doesn’t even know who came up with the computers. He says, although the story is changing, he gave it to the FBI last December. But, you know, they didn’t confirm it.
“Now, he says he gave it to Rudy Giuliani’s lawyer,” Wallace went on. “Rudy Giuliani is not the most independent source on all of this. So I think this is totally investigative, but at this point I don’t know if I would even go with it.”
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