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Sparks FLy Between Jim Jordan and On Stacey Plaskett’s During Twitter Hearing

The issue of tech censorship has been thrust into the spotlight recently due to the Twitter Files hearings. During the hearings, it became increasingly clear that Democrats and big tech companies are attempting to suppress the truth about their political corruption and collusion.

Republican Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan and Democratic Virgin Islands Rep. Stacey Plaskett clashed over the testimony of journalists Matt Taibbi and Michael Shellenberger, who have both been named in an FTC letter. Taibbi and Shellenberger have courageously come forward to speak out against the FBI’s alleged ties to Twitter and the government’s attempts to suppress information about the Hunter Biden laptop story.

Jordan highlighted the significance of the FTC’s letter and expressed admiration for the journalists’ bravery in coming forward. He said, “I don’t think they’re here to help us politically, I think they’re here to tell us the truth.” Plaskett accused Republicans of promoting a false narrative and said that Twitter CEO Elon Musk is helping the party “politically”.

It’s clear that tech censorship is a real problem that must be addressed. Democrats and big tech companies are attempting to silence the truth about their political corruption and collusion. The Biden administration and the FTC are attempting to suppress information by demanding that journalists with access to Twitter’s records be publicly named. This is an unacceptable abuse of power and a clear violation of the public’s right to know.

We must demand transparency and hold these big tech companies and the Biden administration accountable for their actions. We must support brave journalists like Taibbi and Shellenberger who are willing to tell the truth in the face of suppression.


It’s time for lawmakers to stand up and fight this blatant censorship and speak out against the Democrats’ political corruption. We cannot allow tech giants and the government to control what information is available to the public. We must fight for our right to know the truth.

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