Senate Judiciary Committee Subpoenas Twitter’s Jack Dorsey After Censoring of Hunter Biden Report, Trump Press Sec: “They’re Holding My Account at Gunpoint”

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The Senate Judiciary Committee has reportedly subpoenaed Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey after the social media platform suspended the official account of President Trump’s campaign. The campaign shared a video accusing VP Joe Biden of being “liar who has been ripping off the country for years.”

The actions stem from a bombshell report published by The New York Post this week that, among other things, reveal that Biden’s son Hunter introduced an executive from Ukrainian energy company Burisma to his father in 2015. The elder Biden was the sitting U.S. Vice-President at the time.

Hunter Biden was given a seat on the board at Burisma at a reported salary of up to $50,000 a month while Joe Biden was still in office. Hunter Biden has no background or training in the energy sector.

The revelations are significant as Joe Biden as attested on numerous occasions that he has never spoken with his son about any international business dealings.

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany also revealed Wednesday night that Twitter administrators “essentially have me at gunpoint” and won’t allow her to access her account until she deletes a link to The Post’s report.

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