A top Federal Communications Commission staffer blasted Twitter for freezing The Post’s Twitter account in the wake of its exposé on Hunter Biden’s e-mails — while Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei is still free to fire off tweets.
The dictator — who once called for the destruction of Israel on the social media site — has posted at least six tweets since Wednesday, when The Post’s account was blocked, FCC Chief of Staff Matthew Berry noted.
“Who gets access to their Twitter account?” Berry wrote on Twitter Saturday.
He added a check mark next to “Supreme Leader of Iran” and a cross mark beside “New York Post.”
Twitter has refused to unlock The Post’s account unless the news organization deletes six tweets about its own reporting on Joe Biden’s son.
That’s despite Twitter changing its policy on Thursday night and allowing other users to tweet the very same links, following outrage over the social-media suppression of the stories.