Elon Musk, acting in his capacity as the recent owner of Twitter, confirmed the details behind the suppression of the Hunter Biden laptop story that was stifled in the leadup to the 2020 election would be published on the platform on the evening of December 2nd.

And now, he has delivered the goods.

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Musk aptly confirmed the date and time of the release of the details on Twitter, writing, “What really happened with the Hunter Biden story suppression by Twitter will be published on Twitter at 5 pm ET!”

In a series of follow-up posts regarding the breaking news, Musk hyped the oncoming event by adding, “This will be awesome,” as well as noting the release of the details, “Will include live Q&A.”

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Unfortunately, the 5:00 pm eastern deadline wasn’t quite met, with Musk providing an update after the deadline was missed that read, “We’re double-checking some facts, so probably start live tweeting in about 40 mins.”

But as the old adage goes, good things come to those who wait.

The SpaceX CEO first began mentioning his intentions to release Twitter’s internal communications about the suppression of the Hunter Biden laptop story back in Late November, which was a development greeted with much delight among those who still find the suppression of such a story during the leadup to the 2020 election to have been tantamount to election interference.

The infamous report released by the New York Post nearly 26 months ago regarding Hunter Biden needs no introduction at this point, but what was arguably just as big of a bombshell report as Hunter Biden’s laptop was the censorious efforts launched by Big Tech, various institutions, and the mainstream media regarding the story so as to shield Joe Biden from what could’ve easily been a deathblow to his 2020 campaign had the story been allowed to organically spread online.

Deep state shills were almost gleeful with their ability to disseminate blatant misinformation in labeling the Hunter Biden laptop story as some kind of “Russian propaganda,” with ex-CIA officer John Sipher later bragging about how those efforts aided in “swinging” the 2020 election in Joe Biden’s favor.

But of course, Sipher wasn’t alone, as he was one of many purported “intelligence experts” who carried water for Democrats to put in overtime to discredit and help suppress the Hunter Biden story when it first dropped in October of 2020.

But even with the flagrant smear campaign aimed at honest-to-God journalism performed by the folks at the New York Post, the largest issue pertaining to the cover-up controversy was the efforts employed by Big Tech platforms – and Twitter was arguably the biggest offender of them all.

After the New York Post shared the original story weeks before the November 2020 election, Twitter outright blocked anyone from posting or sharing the article and went on to unequivocally freeze the New York Post’s official Twitter account for weeks in retaliation for posting their original reporting.

Back in December 2020, Joe Concha writing for The Hill, detailed the extent of how far Twitter went to make sure this election-tilting story was blocked on the Bird App.

“Twitter went through the Orwellian exercise of locking the New York Post’s Twitter account while initially demanding that the country’s oldest newspaper delete its original tweet or stay in social-media lockdown for the foreseeable future. The locked accounts also extended to those who shared the Post’s reporting, a list that included White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, who said at the time that Twitter ‘essentially’ had her at ‘gunpoint’ by locking her out of her account with its 5.7 million followers. The Trump campaign account at the time also was locked for committing the same ‘crime,’ as were several prominent conservatives for sharing the story.”

On October 14th of, 2020, a series of posts published by Twitter Safety addressed the alleged rationale behind banning the Hunter Biden laptop story from being shared, claiming, “The images contained in the articles include personal and private information — like email addresses and phone numbers — which violate our rules,” further adding, “we also currently view materials included in the articles as violations of our Hacked Materials Policy.”

 “The policy, established in 2018, prohibits the use of our service to distribute content obtained without authorization. We don’t want to incentivize hacking by allowing Twitter to be used as distribution for possibly illegally obtained materials.”

Bear in mind; the Hunter Biden laptop story came into existence due to Hunter Biden abandoning a personal laptop at a repair shop, which to liken sharing materials from abandoned property to an act of “hacking” would be the equivalent of calling storage unit auctions an act of trafficking in stolen property.

Basically, the folks who were running Twitter at the time likely pulled a hell of a lot of muscles with that proverbial stretch – but anything was fair game to them (and others, obviously) when it came to stacking the deck for Biden in the 2020 election.

But now we’re getting a bird’s eye view (pun intended) into what was going on behind the scenes at Twitter in October of 2020 when they shuttered the Hunter Biden laptop story.

Prominent portions of the thread can be viewed below, which is an ongoing thread as of this writing, but so far, what many expected is true: that the Hunter Biden laptop story was a blatant cover-up concocted from political favors and bias – and hardly something meant to adhere to some bastardization of a “hacked materials” policy.

It turns out that former White House spokeswoman Kaleigh McEnany had her account locked for merely *talking* about the Hunter Biden story and Trump campaign staffer Mike Hahn shot an email to relevant contacts at Twitter asking what was going on.

And as mentioned earlier, the “hacked materials” schtick was just an excuse to get the story off the platform ASAP – and guess who the person to get the ball rolling in censoring the story within the upper echelons of Twitter was? None other than the former head of legal, policy, and trust at Twitter: Vijaya Gadde.

Folks within Twitter at the time began wondering if they could keep up this charade of “hacked materials,” with former Vice President of Communications Brandon Borrman outright saying within internal company communications, “Can we truthfully claim that this is part of the policy?”

Spoiler alert: even when former Deputy General Counsel Jim Baker admitted that evidence showcased that the Hunter Biden laptop was abandoned, then he and the other powers-that-be at Twitter at the time clung to the nonsensical theory that the materials still could’ve been “hacked.”

In a rather interesting turn of events, a Democratic congressman, Ro Khanna, reached out directly to Twitter’s former head of legal, policy and trust Gadde in October of 2020 to voice their concerns about the censoring of the story – citing the role of the press and the First Amendment (credit where credit is due, Rep. Khanna had some integrity).

Come October 15th, Twitter’s then-head of Public Policy Lauren Culbertson was forewarned about the research firm NetChoice who’d polled a dozen members of Congress and that there was an impending “blood bath” on the horizon with hearings and the sort that would discuss Big Tech and how they’ve “grown so big that they can’t even regulate themselves, so government may need to intervene,” due to the censoring of the Hunter Biden story.

Culbertson had apparently received this tip from within NetChoice by an employee named Carl Szabo.

Szabo from NetChoice conveyed in his message to Twitter’s then-head of Public Policy that Democrats in Congress were seeking to get a tighter grip on social media platforms like Twitter and the ilk in order to suppress stories like the Hunter Biden laptop fiasco – allegedly saying conservatives are trying to “muddy the water and make the Biden campaign look corrupt even though Biden is innocent.”

What’s all the more interesting is just how in-the-dark former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey was when this was all playing out in real-time in October of 2020, with the exposé citing, “An amazing subplot of the Twitter/Hunter Biden laptop affair was how much was done without the knowledge of CEO Jack Dorsey, and how long it took for the situation to get ‘unfucked’ (as one ex-employee put it) even after Dorsey jumped in.”

In another twist of irony, author and journalist Matthew Colin Taibbi (who posted the Twitter thread revealing the Hunter Biden cover up from 2020) was actually mentioned in an email between Dorsey and Gadde when the suppression of the Hunter Biden story was picking up steam.

Taibbi also mentioned, “There are multiple instances in the files of Dorsey intervening to question suspensions and other moderation actions, for accounts across the political spectrum.”

The “Twitter Files” on the Hunter Biden laptop report cover-up is a developing story. Follow Red Voice Media for updates on what really went down in October of 2020 in an effort to suppress one of the biggest stories in the lead-up to the 2020 election.

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