House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy has reacted to the “Twitter Files”, revealing how the tech giant allegedly deleted the Hunter Biden laptop story in the final weeks of the 2020 presidential election.
Elon Musk has commissioned freelance journalists Matt Taibbi and Bari Weiss to expose behind-the-scenes efforts through the release of the “Twitter Files.”
McCarthy said it was “glaring what we find out” on Saturday’s “One Nation” show.
“These 51 intelligence officers who signed a letter saying Hunter Biden’s information was all false – it was collusion with Russia – many of them have security clearances.”
McCarthy said he was going to bring them before a committee and have a hearing.
“Why did they sign it?” He asked. “Why did they lie to the American public? A Clapper, a Brennan? Why did you use the reputation that America was able to give you more information, but you used it for political gain and lied to the American public?
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McCarthy pledged to go even further and determine whether Facebook and Google played a role in the removal of the information.
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McCarthy said they had become a branch of the Democratic Party and the branch of government, and shouldn’t have Section 230.
The vote for McCarthy’s candidacy to be the next Speaker of the House will take place Jan. 3 on the House floor.