On February 8, the House Oversight Committee’s first meeting under new chairman Rep. James Comer will feature testimony from three former Twitter workers (R-KY).
According to Fox News, the three unnamed former workers will testify before the committee over the social networking site’s choice to censor a report on Hunter Biden’s laptop that was published by the New York Post just before the 2020 presidential election.
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The committee will also be seeking for information regarding the sensitive materials that were discovered in President Joe Biden’s Wilmington, Delaware home. The president’s Delaware garage was where the secret documents were discovered in December, then on January 12 other secret documents were discovered there.
After it emerged that Hunter Biden most likely had access to one of the locations where the president kept confidential documents, the situation regarding the president’s son was linked to the controversy over Biden’s classified records. In a biography, the president’s son said that on election night in 2020, he and others had camped out at his father’s house close to where sensitive documents had been found.
The “Twitter Files,” which were internal conversations from the social media platform concerning the Biden laptop narrative, were published by journalist Matt Taibbi in late 2022. Former Twitter head of trust and safety Yoel Roth seemed to urge Twitter personnel to conceal the news in one of the emails.
Elon Musk sacked the officials in charge of hiding the Biden laptop story in November 2022, just a month after he had acquired the platform, including Vijaya Gadde, Twitter’s head censor. Although Gadde might be one of the three, none of the three employees who will testify next month have been named.
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