Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) blasted Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey during the Senate Commerce Committee hearing for its decision to censor and blocking users on their social media platform from sharing the New York Post smoking gun reporting about former Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter earlier this month.
Republican Sens. Ted Cruz of Texas, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, and Josh Hawley of Missouri on Thursday said the Senate Judiciary Committee will vote next Tuesday to subpoena Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey over the platform recent actions in limiting users from sharing two New York Post “smoking-gun” articles regarding newly uncovered emails from Hunter Biden linking his father Joe Biden while as Vice President to his foreign corrupt business dealings.
Twitter temporarily suspended Donald Trump Jr.’s account after the president’s son shared a video showing doctors touting hydroxychloroquine as a COVID-19 treatment.
Twitter is back waging war against President Trump tweet, this time disabling a video on a tweet he posted earlier Friday after initially flagging the clip as “manipulated media” that included a clip of a black toddler and a white toddler edited with a CNN chyron reading “terrified toddler runs from racist baby.”
First lady Melania Trump condemned the riots that have escalated over the last few days across the nation, urging protestors to “protest in peace” in response to George Floyd’s death in police custody last week.
President Trump signed an executive order that aims to curtail social media companies’ legal liability protections on Thursday, two days after Twitter placed a fact-checking warning on a pair of tweets.