The Facebook-Biden saga continues as newly subpoenaed internal notes from a meeting between Facebook executives and Biden’s administration reveal more about Biden’s censorship of Americans.
Just last month, Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, shared smoking-gun documents in the form of subpoenaed documents that proved that Facebook did indeed censor Americans after pressure from Biden’s White House. Since then, Jordan has shared more damning evidence, notes from an internal meeting.
These documents reveal that Rob Flaherty, President Biden’s Director of Digital Strategy at the time, repeatedly pressured Facebook to explain its content decisions.
Not only that, but Jordan reveals that the White House wanted more control. He wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter, “But that wasn’t enough for the Biden White House. Flaherty wanted Facebook to go a step further. He wanted Facebook to kick people off its site.”
Jordan also wrote, “The Biden White House’s effort to censor opposing viewpoints only grew. So, they upped the pressure. Flaherty demanded that Facebook ‘play ball’ and work with the Biden White House on censorship. He called it his dream.”
One of the main reasons this happened is the current government’s opinion that the American people cannot handle the truth.
A point that many have brought up, including presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy, who said, “We *can* handle the TRUTH.”
These newly acquired documents also show how Courtney Rowe, head of Biden’s strategic communications, mocked some Americans’ ability to understand and handle information. Fox News reported what she said during the meeting, “If someone in rural Arkansas sees something on FB, it’s the truth. What we need is help pushing back on the myths.”
This new evidence could not have arrived at a better time, with the spotlight now on the corrupt Department of Justice’s latest prosecution, with many calling it an election inference. Jordan believes this proves the lengths the far left will go to for control over the American people. He said, “More evidence of the censorship-industrial complex.”