Jim Watson / AFP via Getty ImagesDemocratic presidential nominee Joe Biden delivers remarks at a voter mobilization event in Cincinnati on Monday. (Jim Watson / AFP via Getty Images)
It’s been a wild ride on social media the past few days, as Big Tech appears to be doing everything they can to run cover for Joe Biden’s presidential campaign — just weeks after executives from both Facebook and Twitter joined Biden’s transition team.
First, the New York Post published a bombshell report citing emails that allegedly expose a meeting Hunter Biden facilitated between his father, then-Vice President Joe Biden, and Ukrainian businessman Vadym Pozharskyi.
That’s big news — and potentially harmful to Biden’s presidential campaign.
As if that wasn’t enough, Twitter started locking individual accounts — including the account of President Donald Trump’s press secretary, Kayleigh McEnany — for “violating our rules against distribution of hacked material.”