America First Legal To Sue The FBI Over Reported Laptop Cover-Up
America First Legal (AFL), which is led by former Trump White House advisor Stephen Miller, filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit in a Washington, D.C., federal court Tuesday, stating that the FBI is violating the law by failing to publicize its communications with Facebook and other Big Tech companies that worked with the agency to "censor news and information" about Hunter Biden's laptop immediately before the 2020 presidential election.
Fox News obtained the exclusive on this one but the FBI is getting sued for not revealing the contents of the Hunter Biden laptop until after the 2020 elections were over.
Let's not forget how everyone who even mentioned the laptop on social media were slapped with a 'Russian disinformation' flag or banned completely. The lawsuit mentioned that as well:
"The evidence is that the FBI and Big Tech, including Facebook, colluded to interfere with the 2020 Presidential election first by falsely and maliciously labeling the laptop 'Russian disinformation' and then by censoring and/or discrediting all news about its contents."
Let's also remember that Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg fessed up to censoring information on the laptop on his platform after the FBI reportedly reached out to him informing him that it was 'Russian disinformation'.
The contents of the laptop, which included information detailing Hunter's overseas business dealings and ties to China and other foreign nations, have come under scrutiny by congressional leaders. Hunter is also the subject of a federal investigation into various tax violations, possible foreign lobbying violations and more.
FBI sued for alleged failure to provide communications with Big Tech regarding Hunter Biden laptop censorship https://t.co/Ep6wRFwXQK
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Biden administration officials and those in the president’s camp have long cast materials that came from the laptop purportedly belonging to Hunter Biden as disinformation, but intelligence community officials have said, as far back as October 2020, that neither the laptop nor materials on it are part of any sort of disinformation campaign.
Most polls show that somewhere between 17% and 20% of people who voted for Biden claim that would have never voted to elect him in 2020 had they known about Hunter's laptop and the Biden family business.