Rep. Matt Gaetz, Florida Republican, had an idea on how to get around Twitter’s block of the New York Post’s Hunter Biden bombshell: Tweet it out one line at a time.
He said Twitter had censored the New York Post, the House Judiciary Republicans, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany and “thousands of other users for sharing this damning story on Hunter Biden.”
“So I’m tweeting the entire story line by line in a thread below,” Mr. Gaetz said on Thursday, urging readers to retweet it “before it’s deleted!”
Sure enough, the multi-tweet thread included the story as well as photos and graphics from the New York Post’s Wednesday scoop about Hunter Biden’s dealings with the Ukrainian natural-gas company Burisma Holdings during his father’s tenure as vice president.
Joseph R. Biden is the Democratic presidential nominee.
Twitter blocked users Wednesday from retweeting the story and even locked the accounts of some who did, prompting Republicans to accuse the platform