Updated: Oct 18, 2020
As you may recall, back in 2019 President Donald Trump was accused of a "quid pro quo" involving the Ukrainian government. It was alleged that President Trump was seeking aid from Ukraine to investigate corruption involving former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden.
After all was said and done, President Trump was exonerated and acquitted from any charges following his impeachment. The Democrat's plan to remove President Trump from office failed desperately.
However, during the president's impeachment process, we found that there was a "quid pro quo" with Ukraine - but it wasn't on President Trump's end.
While Joe Biden was sitting Vice President under the Obama administration, he pressured Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk into firing Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin by threatening to withhold a $1 billion US loan guarantee back in December 2015.
Curiously, the prosecutor was then fired. But, why was Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin in the line of fire? Apparently he was performing a criminal investigation into Burisma - the Ukrainian energy company that added Hunter Biden, who has no experience in the energy industry, to its board of directors.
While Joe Biden claims the prosecutor was fired because Shokin was tied to corruption, recently revealed bombshell emails addressed to Hunter Biden from Vadym Pozharskyi, adviser to the board of Burisma, beg to differ.
On Wednesday, the New York Post unleashed an investigative article exposing email exchanges between Hunter Biden and Vadym Pozhaskyi that reveal how Hunter Biden introduced Vadym Pozharskyi to then Vice President Joe Biden.
Biden who claims he had no knowledge of Hunter's business dealings in Ukraine, denies credibility of the emails. However, top FBI sources confirm they are legitimate.
An earlier email from May 2014 reveals how Pozharskyi asked Hunter Biden for "advice on how you could use your influence" as son of the Vice President for Burisma.
However, what's even more alarming is the fact that less than eight months after both Pozharskyi and the Vice President met, Biden pressured Ukraine to get rid of the Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin.
Coincidence? The newly revealed email evidence of the Bidens' relationship with Burisma executives point to no.
While corruption involving the Bidens is still under scrutiny, we can foresee that it won't end well for the Biden family - at least as far as the election goes.
But, will they be held truly accountable in court of law? I hope so, but Joe Biden and the Democrats have resorted to their usual act which is deny, deny, deny. Now they even have Big Tech companies like Twitter and Facebook helping them in their dirty cover up.
The same day the New York Post released their investigation into Hunter Biden, both Facebook and Twitter decided to censor the article from reaching users on their platforms.
According to The Washington Post, Facebook limited the article's reach on the platform while also sending it to a third-party fact-checkers - which Facebook claims is not their standard process.
Whereas, Twitter deemed the link to the article as "potentially unsafe" and blocked it on the platform entirely. Even worse, Twitter also temporarily suspended the accounts of White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany, the New York Post, the Trump campaign, and many others who shared the article. Twitter also added notices to their tweets claiming that they are violating rules on publishing hacked materials.
Facebook's and Twitter's censoring of accounts and blocking of the New York Post's story sparked massive uproar among conservatives and moderates alike.
New York Post writer and editor, Sohrab Ahmari, tweeted, "Twitter is censoring us - again. This is what I - an editor at America's oldest continuously published newspaper, founded by Alexander Hamilton - get when I try to post our follow-up story on Hunter's financial shenanigans with the Chinese regime," referring to separate emails within the same dump of evidence exposing the Bidens.
Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz slammed the platform, "Twitter is engaged in domestic election interference."
Thankfully, some senators are vowing to fight back.
During a break on Judge Amy Coney Barrett confirmation hearing on Thursday, Republican Senators Ted Cruz, Lindsey Graham, and Josh Hawley called on the Senate Judiciary Committee to subpoena CEOs of Facebook and Twitter to testify in front of the Senate.
According to Fox News, The Senate Judiciary Committee leaders will vote on a subpoena Tuesday for Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey, to come before the committee on Friday, October 23rd. Sen. Hawley also expressed that he hopes the committee also would vote to subpoena CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg.
Here's the bottom line: No matter your personal convictions or beliefs on the corruption tracing back to the Biden's, it is painstakingly clear that Big Tech giants like Twitter and Facebook work for one side and one side only. We all know which side that is - the left.
Despite that there have been countless articles published by the mainstream media that are undoubtedly false about President Trump, Big Tech never goes out of their way to deem them "fake news" like they do with articles that right-leaning outlets publish.
It's incredibly disturbing that Big tech giants have the power to block critical information and "fact check" it or call it "fake news" for how they see fit.
Big tech? more like Big Brother.
Hopefully, our GOP Senators quickly put an end to the 1984-style control tactics social media companies are so quick to use on conservative voices.