Big Tech is getting exposed for their supposedly “non-bias” approach to the 2020 election.
Reports have come out that Facebook and Twitter executives have poured hundreds of thousands of dollars into the Biden campaign.
Their donations came around the same time Conservative voices were being censored for reporting the Hunter Biden story.
Federal Election Commission reports show Facebook’s vice president of public policy Erin Egan gave close to $100,000 around the same time the Hunter Biden story was being censored.
The FEC(Federal Election Commission) should lay down the hammer on both Twitter and Facebook, due to the fact their donations and actions from both companies’ executives show that they clearly had a special interest in one political candidate and censored accordingly.
— New York Post (@nypost) December 15, 2020
Why’s #BigTech trying to cover for Hunter Biden?
And why don’t Democrats want to get to the bottom of Hunter’s business dealings? https://t.co/JrbGKP2okR
— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) December 15, 2020
Facebook and Twitter need to be investigated for censoring the Hunter Biden story and all communications that led to their decision to suppress it should be made public.
Election Interference by Big Tech cannot be tolerated.
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) December 10, 2020
The New York Post broke the story exclusively:
Facebook and Twitter executives poured hundreds of thousands of dollars into Joe Biden’s presidential campaign, all while blocking the New York Post’s exposé about Hunter Biden’s overseas business dealings.
The revelation comes amid accusations from President Trump and other Republicans that Silicon Valley is censoring conservative voices, sparking a push for the companies to lose their liability protections.
A review of Federal Election Commission records show Facebook’s vice president of public policy and chief privacy officer, Erin Egan, donated $99,440.01 to Democrats and Biden in the final weeks of the race.
Egan donated the maximum contribution of $2,800 to the former veep’s White House bid on Sept. 8 and Oct. 1 before ponying up a whopping $55,000 for the Biden Victory Fund and $35,500 for the Democratic National Committee.
Of course Silicon Valley billionaires donated to Joe Biden. But their political bias doesn’t end at their checkbooks. By censoring President Trump and news organizations, Big Tech stacked the deck for the Democrat Party and against the American people.https://t.co/K1BizNWKq8
— Senator Ted Cruz (@SenTedCruz) December 15, 2020
The censoring of Hunter Biden articles and photos are soft money donations to the Biden campaign by Twitter & Facebook and should be reported to the FEC.
— Alex Marlow (@AlexMarlow) October 15, 2020
Fox News covered the story see what they had to share:
Top executives at Facebook and Twitter donated tens of thousands of dollars to President-elect Joe Biden’s campaign, Federal Election Commission records reviewed by Fox News reveal, as the social media platforms come under fire for limiting the circulation of reports surrounding Hunter Biden’s business dealings in the weeks leading up to Election Day.
A Fox News review of FEC records shows that top executives at the social media companies made large donations to the Biden campaign, including several who gave the legal maximum of $2,800.
According to FEC records, Facebook vice president of public policy, Erin Egan, donated $2,800 to Biden’s campaign on Oct. 1, in addition to the $2,800 she donated to the campaign during the Democratic primaries.
Facebook chief revenue officer David Fischer donated $2,800 to Biden during the primary, and an additional $750 during the general election, according to FEC records.
Over at Twitter, vice president Matt Derella donated $2,000 to Biden’s campaign in September.
And the executives were not alone. FEC records revealed that dozens of Twitter and Facebook employees with “manager” or “director” in their titles donated at least $1,000 to Biden’s campaign.
Your daily reminder that Twitter & Facebook STIFLED the Hunter Biden laptop story before the election, claiming it was fake news, when actually it was true.
— Liz Wheeler (@Liz_Wheeler) December 15, 2020
Candace Owens says Facebook and Twitter 'intervened' in election by 'suppressing' Hunter Biden story https://t.co/dp4coJFWoL
— Jessica Kwong (@JessicaGKwong) December 16, 2020
Newly appointed Attorney General Jeff Rosen has a history of dealing with Big Tech companies.
In October, Rosen led the Department of Justice’s antitrust case against Google.
Hopefully, Rosen will step up to the plate and prosecute the communist operatives that have overtaken Facebook and Twitter too.