By Ophelia Garrett
Mark Zuckerburg, founder of Facebook/Meta, has come forward claiming the FBI has been directing Facebook what and who to censor and what stories to bury. He claims that it began with Hunter Biden’s laptop story prior to the election.
According to Daily Wire, the laptop, which Hunter Biden abandoned at a computer repair shop, is believed to have been in the possession of the FBI since late 2019, more than a year before the election. It contains photos of Hunter Biden naked and smoking crack, unseemly discussions about his family, sexual activities, and references to the role of the “Big Guy” in corrupt dealings with foreign entities. The “Big Guy” has been named by former Hunter Biden associate Tony Bobulinski as Joe Biden.
This revelation comes shortly after Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WS) disclosed that multiple whistleblowers from inside the FBI told him they were barred by their superiors from investigating Hunter Biden’s laptop. Photos, videos, emails, and text messages on the abandoned laptop, which were also ignored by legacy news outlets, paint the president’s son as a drug-addled, venal degenerate and raise troubling questions about President Joe Biden’s own role in his son’s corrupt dealings.
A recent poll by Technometrica Institute of Policy and Politics suggested that 79% of Americans think President Trump likely would have won reelection if the media had suppressed the story and had voters known about the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop and that it was authentic.
But it doesn’t stop there.
Zuckerberg also told podcast king Joe Rogan that the FBI, which by then had been in possession of the laptop for nearly a year, contacted top Facebook officials weeks before the election to warn them that a major dump of Russian disinformation was coming. When the New York Post broke the story, Twitter kicked the news site off its platform. Facebook down ranked the story for over a week to lessen its impact, Zuckerberg admitted.
“We just kind of thought, hey, look, if the FBI, which I still view as a legitimate institution in this country, it’s like very professional law enforcement, they come to us and tell us that we need to be on guard about something, then I want to take that seriously.” - Mark Zuckerberg