Twitter Files Indict Congress for Oversight Failings


    On Friday's show of Fox News Channel's “Hannity,” George Washington University Law Professor and Fox News Contributor Jonathan Turley declared that the Twitter files “are not just an indictment of the FBI, they're an indictment of Congress” in the absence of supervision and also an assertion that “Democratic members have pushed social media companies to expand censorship.”

    Turley declared, “These files are not simply an indictment by the FBI They're also an indictment against Congress. Congress has demonstrated a firm refusal to investigate these allegations of censorship, and some of us have written about this for many years. The Democratic members have been unable to investigate this issue, and in fact, Democratic members have pushed social media companies to broaden the censorship. In the same hearing that Jack Dorsey apologized for the Hunter Biden laptop debacle, the initial reaction of Democratic senators was to advise him to not go backwards, we're looking for more control. Now, we are not just dealing with censorship but blacklisting as well, there are shadow bans. Everything is accessible to the general public. In certain ways, Musk has made people pick which side to take. In my opinion, part of the anger you can see in the media is self-loathing. They're forced to accept not only being censorship apologists but also shadowbanning, blacklisting, as well as lying, because it's been the case for the past three years. This is a lot of pressure to put on yourself and say you're an author or believe in freedom of speech.”


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