Big Tech censored Biden criticism more than 600 times over 2 years: report

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A new report released last Thursday tracked more than 600 cases of pro-Biden censorship on Big Tech platforms in two years.

The Media Research Center said through its CensorTrack database that it found 646 cases in which people who criticized Biden on Twitter or Facebook had their comments deleted, received speech restrictions or were outright banned.

President Joe Biden whistles for the start of a race during the White House Easter Egg Roll, Monday, April 18, 2022 in Washington.

President Joe Biden whistles for the start of a race during the White House Easter Egg Roll, Monday, April 18, 2022 in Washington.
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The time period for the survey was between March 10, 2020 and March 10, 2022, which includes the time Biden campaigned for president through his current occupation of the White House.

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Of the 646 cases, nearly a quarter involved those targeted to talk about a New York Post story examining the president’s son, Hunter Biden, and his allegedly corrupt foreign business associates.

The largest proportion of those censored in the number 646 were those who posted content related to Biden’s fame for inappropriate contact – an issue he was forced to address on the campaign trail.

CensorTrack counted 232 cases of “comic memes, videos or generic posts about Biden’s behavior,” which accounted for more than a third of the total cases.

Others, according to CensorTrack, had their accounts targeted only to quote the president in his own words, which made him look less than competent as commander-in-chief.

Among the targeted were politicians such as former President Donald Trump, Senator Ted Cruz, R-Texas, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., And news outlets such as The New York Post, The Washington Free Beacon and The Federalist, among others. many others.

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Fox News contacted Facebook and Twitter to comment on the report, but did not respond before the announcement.

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