The Republican National Committee (RNC) on Friday filed a complaint to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) claiming that Twitter’s censorship of a New York Post story amounted to an “illegal corporate in-kind contribution” to the Joe Biden presidential campaign.
Facebook and Twitter decided to censor a New York Post article saying that, contrary to Biden’s claims, Biden allegedly met with an executive at Burisma when he was vice president. Hunter Biden, Joe Biden’s son, reportedly arranged the meeting while he was working as a lobbyist for the company.
Fox News obtained the FEC complaint in which the RNC wrote that “Twitter has violated FECA and the Commission’s Regulations by making corporate in-kind contributions to Biden for President.”
The RNC charged that Twitter “is a partisan actor, run by partisan Democrats” and is “using its corporate resources to provide active support for Joe Biden’s campaign in violation of federal law.” The GOP group demanded that the FEC