Trump threatens lawsuit against Big Tech for censoring Biden treason bombshell

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(Natural News) During a recent appearance on “Fox & Friends,” White House chief of staff Mark Meadows suggested that the Trump administration is on the verge of filing a lawsuit against social media giants like Facebook and Twitter for their censorship of the Joe and Hunter Biden bombshell exposé published by the New York Post.

After the Trump campaign itself was denied the ability to share the story with its followers on Twitter, the administration finally responded by threatening legal action against Silicon Valley for blatantly interfering with the election.

According to Meadows, the biggest problem lies in the way the tech giants exclusively censor only content that makes the Bidens look bad. If the exact same story were published about Trump, he contends, there would be no problems sharing it on either Facebook or Twitter.

“They have two standards: one for one campaign, one for the other,” Meadows stated about Big Tech bias. “But I do believe that additional lawsuits will be filed perhaps as early as today to go after that.”

“Listen, it’s not just the campaigns. They’re now starting to censor, actually, reporters. That’s a dangerous place for them to go when they’re the arbiter of what they deem to be the truth.”

As we also reported, the Post article alleges that Hunter’s laptop, which was dropped off at a Delaware repair shop and never retrieved, contains damning evidence showing that the Biden family, much like the Clinton family, is mired in treasonous corruption.

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Adam Schiff says “the Kremlin” is responsible for “smear” on Biden

Since it worked so well the last time around, California Democrat Adam Schiff is once again blaming Russia for this latest “attack” on the Bidens. Speaking to CNN, Schiff resurrected the conspiracy theory that Vladimir Putin is trying to get Trump reelected with “disinformation.”

“We know that this whole smear on Joe Biden comes from the Kremlin,” Schiff is quoted as saying, adding that he believes “the Kremlin has an obvious interest in denigrating Joe Biden.” Schiff further contends that “they want Donald Trump to win,” referring to Russia.

Responding to this claim, Meadows told Fox News that there is no intelligence to suggest that Russia is in any way involved in trying to steer the 2020 election outcome.

“All of this narrative that is out there that would suggest that it’s not real, that’s the disinformation,” Meadows says.

“You know, Adam Schiff came on and said, ‘Oh, this is Russia, Russia, Russia,’ and again, I can tell you this is Adam Schiff once again trying to spin a story that’s not accurate.”

John Ratcliff, the Director of National Intelligence, also speaking to Fox, corroborated Meadows, not Schiff.

“It’s funny that some of the people who complain the most about intelligence being politicized are the ones politicizing the intelligence,” Ratcliffe stated, referring to Schiff.

“Unfortunately, in this case it is Adam Schiff, who said the intelligence community believes the Hunter Biden laptop and emails on it are part of a Russian disinformation campaign.”

Ratcliff reiterated that the intelligence community has no intelligence to suggest that Russia was behind the Post piece implicating the Bidens. This is just more made-up nonsense from Schiff, it turns out.

Schiff further told the media that he is concerned about the intelligence community not providing him with much of anything anymore. According to Schiff, “we haven’t got very much from the intelligence community very recently, which concerns me.”

“The Republicans are all bark and no bite,” noted one commenter at The Epoch Times.

“They’ve had years to do something about these big tech monopolies. The politicians all take money from them, so there is a huge conflict of interest. What a scam.”

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