BREAKING: Facebook Admits To Limiting The Spread Of Bombshell Report On Joe Biden’s Son Hunter

On Wednesday, Facebook’s left-wing spokesman Andy Stone announced that Facebook would be limiting the spread of the bombshell New York Post article on Hunter Biden until the left-wing “third-party fact” checkers could “fact-check” the story.

“While I will intentionally not link to the New York Post, I want be clear that this story is eligible to be fact checked by Facebook’s third-party fact checking partners,” Stone tweeted. “In the meantime, we are reducing its distribution on our platform.”

The announcement was quite ironic because I don’t remember Facebook limiting the spread of news articles relating to the Russian collusion hoax.

Check out what the New York Post reported:

It was not immediately clear from Stone’s tweet whether Facebook would apply that treatment to just one or all of The Post’s stories about Biden’s private correspondence, which was obtained from a hard drive left at a Delaware computer repair shop.

Facebook generally asks fact-checkers to review stories that the company thinks contain misinformation. The Silicon Valley titan says it adds labels to content that’s been fact-checked so “people can read additional context.”

Facebook did not immediately respond to an email asking why it decided to limit the story’s spread and whether a fact-checker has started reviewing it.

The move drew immediate fire from President Trump’s campaign, which accused Facebook of trying to tip the 2020 election in Biden’s favor.

“Facebook is actively interfering in the election,” the campaign tweeted. “Facebook is rigging the election for Joe Biden.”

Meanwhile, Twitter warned some users who tried to retweet the article — which has prompted a US Senate probe — that “headlines don’t tell the full story.” Twitter said the label is meant to encourage users to read the article before sharing it.

The prompt “is part of a test we’re doing right now. It does not depend on the outlet of the article, or the contents of the article,” Twitter spokesman Trenton Kennedy told The Post in an email.

Facebook is clearly afraid of the public knowing about what went on behind the scenes in the Biden family.

On Wednesday, the New York Post released damning emails belonging to Hunter Biden that go against many claims that have been made by Joe Biden.

The emails ranged from damning evidence of potential corruption in Ukraine to photos of him sleeping with a crack pipe in his mouth.

Check it out:

This new bombshell evidence was allegedly found on an abandoned laptop belonging to Hunter Biden that was seized by the FBI. If you are reading this article, consider yourself lucky because Big Tech and their left-wing counterparts are doing everything in their power to limit the spread of this bombshell news story.

Check out what the New York Post reported:

The computer was dropped off at a repair shop in Biden’s home state of Delaware in April 2019, according to the store’s owner.

Other material extracted from the computer includes a raunchy, 12-minute video that appears to show Hunter, who’s admitted struggling with addiction problems, smoking crack while engaged in a sex act with an unidentified woman, as well as numerous other sexually explicit images.

The customer who brought in the water-damaged MacBook Pro for repair never paid for the service or retrieved it or a hard drive on which its contents were stored, according to the shop owner, who said he tried repeatedly to contact the client.

The shop owner couldn’t positively identify the customer as Hunter Biden, but said the laptop bore a sticker from the Beau Biden Foundation, named after Hunter’s late brother and former Delaware attorney general.

Photos of a Delaware federal subpoena given to The Post show that both the computer and hard drive were seized by the FBI in December, after the shop’s owner says he alerted the feds to their existence.

Read the full report by the New York Post here.

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