The Twitter Files hearing has begun, and Democrats are now entirely on the defense. Democrats have long concluded that the greatest defense is a strong offensive, and the more personal the assault, the closer it is to the truth.
In the second of two consecutive batches of Elon Musk’s “Twitter Files” posted by Substack journalist Matt Taibbi on Tuesday, Musk said that Twitter got an astounding number of requests from officials requesting the banning of persons they didn’t like.
Following the publication of the much-anticipated “Twitter Files,” numerous conservatives are protesting what they see as unjust censoring of Right-wing views. In contrast, others argue that the study isn’t the smoking gun they expected.