The Intercept co-founding editor Glenn Greenwald criticized Facebook and Twitter’s recent censorship of the New York Post’s bombshell article revealing Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden’s alleged meeting with executives of a Ukrainian energy firm. According to Greenwald, “In sum, the two Silicon Valley giants, with little explanation, united to prevent the sharing and dissemination of this article.”
In a recent article titled “Facebook and Twitter Cross a Line Far More Dangerous Than What They Censor,” Glenn Greenwald states that, “just weeks before the election, the tech giants unite to block access to incriminating reporting about their preferred candidate.” Breitbart News outlined Big Tech’s efforts to censor the story here.
In the article, Greenwald claims that the Post’s claims that the story was a “bombshell” were “overhyped” but that the concerted effort by social media giant’s such as Facebook and Twitter to censor the story are extremely troubling.
Greenwald outlined the social media giant’s reaction