Lindsey Graham’s Senate Judiciary Committee to Vote to Subpoena CEO of Twitter

The Senate Judiciary Committee, of which Senator Lindsey Graham is chairman, will be voting next week to subpoena Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to testify before the committee.

Twitter had recently blocked a New York Post report about emails found on Hunter Biden’s laptop – emails which connected his father to Hunter’s business interests in Ukraine. Various Twitter accounts, including that of White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, were also locked for sharing the article.

Lindsey Graham joined Senate Judiciary Committee members Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley to comment on the upcoming subpoena vote, which is currently scheduled for Tuesday.

Senator Graham said that he doesn’t know if the New York Post article is true, but he did say: “I think it is established that Hunter Biden, while he was visiting China with the vice president (Biden), received money from a Chinese bank for investment.”

“The Steele Dossier was all over the place… [Twitter] never blocked that,” the senator added. “All the allegations about Russian collusion and Trump and every other idea that Trump may have done something bad… nobody blocked that.”

Social media companies are powerful and prominent in today’s age, and they are the gatekeepers to the flow of important information for the American people. With a major election less than three weeks away, Twitter’s partisan actions are unacceptable. Senator Graham and his committee are fighting to hold them accountable.

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