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'Twitter Files' EXPOSE Adam Schiff's attempts to SILENCE journalists he 'didn't like'
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'Twitter Files' EXPOSE Adam Schiff's attempts to SILENCE journalists he 'didn't like'

The latest installment of the "Twitter Files" has revealed the extent to which government officials pressured the social media giant to ban "individuals they didn't like," including RealClearInvestigations senior staff writer Paul Sperry.

On Tuesday, independant journalist Matt Taibbi posted on Twitter an email dated Nov. 12, 2020, which shows California Democrat Rep. Adam Schiff's office specifically asked for Sperry's account to be suspended, along with "many" others, and demanded that content regarding a certain House Intelligence Committee staffer be removed or suppressed.

Sperry joined "The Glenn Beck Program" in August to share the details of his "permanent suspension" from Twitter, which he was notified of just as he was speaking out against the FBI's raid on former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence, and to share his thoughts on what must be done to end this public-private partnership-fueled end run around the Constitution.

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