— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) October 14, 2020
Home Judiciary Committee Republicans and Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) have republished the story on their web sites. They’re hoping to share it more broadly and skirt Twitter’s block on hyperlinks to the Publish’s model.
The publication described the report as a “smoking gun” that contained photographs of emails allegedly obtained from the laptop computer of Hunter Biden, Biden’s son. Consultants have known as into query the authenticity of the emails, and Biden’s marketing campaign has denied a few of the allegations specified by the story.
The scenario has led to renewed calls to revoke protections that web platforms have below Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. Dorsey, Fb CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Google and Alphabet chief govt Sundar Pichai will testify earlier than the Senate Commerce Committee on that issue on October 28th.
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