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Expect more details of how the government agencies manipulated the 2020 election. 

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) this past week issued subpoenas to the Justice Department and FBI for information related to their efforts to suppress First Amendment rights of the Press and American people during the 2020 election, in the matter of Hunter Biden’s laptop.

The Washington Examiner obtained letters attached to the subpoenas that Jordan sent to Attorney General Merrick Garland and FBI Director Christopher Wray. (“DOJ and FBI subpoenaed for social media censorship records,” 17 Aug 2023.)

Jordan said the documents would aid his committee’s investigation into “how and the extent to which the Executive Branch has coerced and colluded with [social media] companies and other intermediaries to censor speech.”

Jordan requested any internal records and correspondence pertaining to the moderation, suppression, or removal of content on platforms operated by private corporations from the DOJ and FBI. He gave them until mid-September to turn in the materials.

The action follows earlier demands Jordan made this spring for documents about censoring procedures. Jordan at the time referenced data from the “Twitter files” that showed interactions between the company and FBI in 2020, centering around a New York Post expose detailing revelations from Hunter Biden’s laptop.

There is a growing body of hard evidence detailing how the FBI, working with operatives of Biden’s campaign, including now Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, suppressed and undermined the laptop story as likely Russian “disinformation.”

In fact, the FBI determined in 2019 that the laptop authentically belonged to Hunter Biden.

Jordan noted in his subpoena requests that the DOJ and FBI had so far provided “only a single document,” which he pointed out was “woefully inadequate.”

Jordan also referenced the Missouri v. Biden court case, in which U.S. District Judge Terry Doughty determined that claims the FBI and DOJ unlawfully suppressed First Amendment rights of Americans were credible, and granted a broad preliminary injunction ordering the Biden administration to stop some censorship-related conversations with social media sites while the case is ongoing.

The Biden Laptop Scandal Is Evidence of Corrupted 2020 Election

The House Judiciary Committee isn’t the only public body trying to determine the full story of Joe Biden’s connections to his son’s business dealings, which comprised just some of the explosive information found on the laptop.

Following new revelations that Joe Biden used several pseudonym email names to communicate with Ukrainian officials about Burisma Energy, a company his son worked for, the House Oversight Committee is taking action.

Committee Chair James Comer (R-KY) wrote last week to the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), asking for unlimited and unredacted special access to emails and documents during Joe Biden’s term as VP, referencing Hunter Biden and Burisma.

Comer is specifically asking for the full text of every email made public by the National Archives under “Case Number 2023-0022-F,” which is described as “Email Messages To and/or From Vice President Biden and Hunter Biden related to Burisma and Ukraine” on NARA’s website.

Those documents were heavily redacted—meaning much of the information was hidden for supposed “National Security” reasons.

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