Internal Twitter Files Show Suppression of Hunter Biden Stories

Fox News has obtained exclusive photos of Hunter Biden walking on the streets of New York City, despite the ongoing congressional investigation into his past business dealings.

While Biden may be spending his time in the creative arts, painting at the Georges Bergès Gallery in SoHo, Republicans in Congress are not letting up on their probe into his activities.

After taking control of the House in early 2023, Republican lawmakers led by James Comer, the ranking member of the Oversight and Reform Committee, have announced that they will prioritize their investigation into Hunter Biden. 

Comer stated that “the American people deserve transparency and accountability about the Biden family’s influence peddling,” and that “Oversight Committee Republicans will continue pressing for answers to inform legislative solutions to prevent this abuse of power.”

The Committee has released an interim report highlighting the potential for the Biden family to be “susceptible to influence, blackmail or extortion by foreign entities” due to their connections to Hunter Biden’s business dealings. 

Comer has sent letters to Biden administration officials requesting relevant documents and financial information, as well as to the SoHo gallery where Hunter Biden’s artwork has been displayed, requesting information about the buyers of his paintings.

Additionally, last week journalist Matt Taibbi obtained internal Twitter files showing how the social media company suppressed stories related to Hunter Biden’s laptop.

The contents of the laptop, which was first reported on by The New York Post, gave insight into his past business dealings. Republicans in Congress have said that they will investigate the Twitter files and may pursue legal action.

As the investigation continues, Hunter Biden remains under the spotlight and under the scrutiny of Republican lawmakers. 

It remains to be seen what information will come to light, but one thing is certain: the Biden family’s connections to foreign entities and potential for corruption will not go unnoticed.