Watch: Gowdy All Fed Up With MSM Covering For Hunter Biden
The gloves are off for the former South Carolina Rep. (R) Trey Gowdy. He let viewers know that he was fed up with the biased censorship of conservatives. His outrage follows the New York Posts' bombshell report on emails from Hunter Biden's dealings with foreign entities during the time his father (Joe Biden) was vice president.
The report didn't make any headway because it was widely ignored by the mainstream media and blocked on social network platforms.
"If the emails are authentic, then there is potential criminality under the lobby registration acts, but the FBI's not supposed to get involved in politics, that's hard for us to believe after 2016, but they're really not supposed to," Gowdy told "Fox & Friends" Thursday.
"But if the information is reliable, then the media provides the noncriminal oversight in our culture, and I've seen no stories," he said. "There have been more stories about whether Kamala Harris saw the fly on Mike Pence's head than whether or not Hunter Biden was trafficking in his father's name and influence."
Gowdy also ripped into Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and said that Republicans need to look into the platforms all-out ban on the story.
"There's tons of stuff I see on Twitter and Facebook, and it has zero reliability and authenticity. This is a story from a major newspaper and you're blocking access to it. That means ... you're not a real platform. You're just another liberal editor."
"The Senate Republicans need to ask Jack Dorsey, 'What is your policy?' so we can decide whether or not we're going to start regulating this," he said in reference to Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996 that protects social media companies from liability.
As Gowdy points out, the accusations against Hunter and Joe Biden are crucial because the presidential nominee claimed to never have any involvement in his son's business ventures.
"If he did discuss it with his son, then his credibility is impeached and that's legitimately questioned and should be questioned," Gowdy explained. "Even if he didn't discuss business ... well his son is out there trafficking in his father's name and reputation, making lots of money. Wouldn't you want to know that?"
It seems like Democrats are working hard to keep this story out of the forefront of voters in an attempt to impede any possible investigation that could occur before election day. What do you think? Let me know.