Twitter CEO Admits They SHOULDN’T Have Censored Hunter Biden Story Now That Election Is Over

( Now that the election is seemingly over and the media is convinced that Democratic nominee Joe Biden won, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey seems more willing to admit that they were wrong to censor a story that could have massively changed the election results.

Dorsey said during a virtual hearing on Capitol Hill that his platform was “wrong” to immediately censor a story published by the New York Post about Hunter Biden, the son of Democratic nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden.

Dorsey, an advocate of left-wing policy who claims his platform is not biased, was testifying to the Senate Judiciary Committee over his platform’s decision to censor a story that implicated Joe Biden in a scheme that may have allowed him to profit from being vice president.

The New York Post published a story in October that revealed information legally obtained from a laptop owned by Hunter Biden. The story revealed how Hunter Biden was involved in business deals in China and Ukraine, and that his father Joe Biden appeared to be aware of them and potentially also profiting from them.

“We were called here today because of an enforcement decision we made against the New York Post based on a policy we created in 2018 to prevent Twitter from being used to spread hacked materials,” Dorsey said during the hearing.

Twitter did not have any evidence that the materials published by the Post were obtained through hacking, and in the original report, explained how the materials used in the report were obtained legally.

“This resulted in us blocking people from sharing a New York Post article publicly or privately,” Dorsey added, describing how his platform stopped people from posting links to the story in private messages and on their Twitter feeds.

“We made a quick interpretation using no other evidence that the materials in the article were obtained through hacking, and according to our policy, we blocked them from being spread,” he added. “Upon further consideration, we admitted this action was wrong and corrected it within 24 hours.”

Dorsey, however, locked the New York Post’s Twitter account on October 14 and waited weeks to remove that lock, meaning the outlet couldn’t post anything during that time.

Meanwhile, polls show that if voters had actually known about the Hunter Biden story, they wouldn’t have voted for Joe Biden.

In November, a survey from McLaughlin & Associates commissioned by the Media Research Center found that 36% of people who voted for Joe Biden were unaware of the scandal, and 13% of those said that they wouldn’t have voted for him if they had known.

According to the data, and assuming all the votes cast were legal, that would result in President Donald Trump being re-elected.

Isn’t this election meddling?