Morning Jolt: Censored and Suppressed

Today is a doozy: Facebook and Twitter decided that their users shouldn't see or be able to read a particular article in the New York Post, and why so many Democrats perceived the Post story as a traumatic flashback to former FBI director James Comey's letter about Hillary Clinton on October 28, 2016.

'There Is No Credible Reason for This Kind of Targeted Suppression'

The editors of National Review have something important to say about the way two of the largest and most prominent social-media companies, Facebook and Twitter, decided to effectively block access to a news article in the New York Post.

Andy Stone, Facebook's policy communications manager (and, per his bio, a former staffer for Barbara Boxer, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, and the House Majority PAC), announced that the social-media giant would begin "reducing" the "distribution" of a New York ...

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WITH JIM GERAGHTY October 15 2020
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WITH JIM GERAGHTY October 15 2020
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Censored and Suppressed

Today is a doozy: Facebook and Twitter decided that their users shouldn't see or be able to read a particular article in the New York Post, and why so many Democrats perceived the Post story as a traumatic flashback to former FBI director James Comey's letter about Hillary Clinton on October 28, 2016.

'There Is No Credible Reason for This Kind of Targeted Suppression'

The editors of National Review have something important to say about the way two of the largest and most prominent social-media companies, Facebook and Twitter, decided to effectively block access to a news article in the New York Post.

Andy Stone, Facebook's policy communications manager (and, per his bio, a former staffer for Barbara Boxer, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, and the House Majority PAC), announced that the social-media giant would begin "reducing" the "distribution" of a New York ...   READ MORE

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