Twitter seems to maintain The Submit’s account hostage by way of debate
It’s now been per week since Twitter locked The Submit’s account over its exposé on Hunter Biden’s emails — and it seems the hostage state of affairs will proceed by way of the ultimate presidential debate on Thursday.
The social media large is refusing to unlock The Post’s main account except the information group deletes six tweets about its personal reporting on Joe Biden’s son.
This implies The Submit might not have the ability to share its protection of the final showdown between President Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden forward of the Nov. 3 election with its near 2 million followers.
Twitter locked The Post’s main account Oct. 14, when the information org printed the primary article in its sequence of bombshell experiences.
It remained blocked regardless of Twitter changing its policy on Oct. 15 and permitting different customers to tweet the exact same hyperlinks, following outrage over the social-media suppression of the tales.
In an electronic mail on Oct. 16, a Twitter consultant informed The Submit, “Whereas we’ve up to date the coverage, we don’t change enforcement retroactively. You’ll nonetheless must delete the Tweets to regain entry to your account.”
However anybody who seems at The Submit’s Twitter feed can’t even see the tweets concerning the Biden tales, which have been changed by messages saying, “This Tweet is not out there.”
In the meantime, a slew of questionable characters have nonetheless been in a position to ship out missives on Twitter, including Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who as soon as referred to as for the destruction of Israel on the social media website.
Twitter didn’t instantly return a request for remark Wednesday afternoon.