Joe Concha Says Corporate Media Has Ignored The ‘Twitter Files’ Story

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Brianna Lyman News and Commentary Writer
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Fox News contributor Joe Concha argued Monday that corporate media has not been covering the so-called “Twitter Files.”

Twitter CEO Elon Musk has released two batches of the so-called “Twitter Files” that detail how the social media giant worked to suppress the New York Post’s story about the Hunter Biden laptop, as well as the lengths the outlet went to shadowban conservatives.

Host Stuart Varney asked why the rest of the media is ignoring the story.

“That’s the question of the day, Varney, maybe the question of the year. One would think that censorship of the Hunter Biden laptop stories or making the argument COVID came from a lab … resulting in more censorship, or the suppression, how does Twitter put a deamplification of conservative Twitter accounts,” Concha said. “You would think that the free press would be interested in covering one of the biggest abuses of free speech by a social giant we have seen but instead it’s the bias of omission 1o1.”


“Nothing on the Sunday morning talk shows on the broadcast networks or CNN or MSNBC. They’re all in lockstep making sure the American people don’t hear this story’.” (RELATED: Morning Joe Panel Mocks New York Post For Caring About Censorship)

According to the “Twitter Files,” executives made the decision to suppress the Hunter Biden laptop story based on their “hacked materials” policy despite having no official ruling form law enforcement that the material was hacked. In other instances, the Democratic National Committee and Biden staff flagged several tweets about the laptop contents that they wanted removed.