Twitter Won’t Let You Post Links to Any Article they Don’t Approve

NOTE: Counting down to the end on WordPress. Please see this post and future posts at my new home: 357 Magnum over on Blogspot. And you should update any links. (Posts are in both places right now. That is a small, but not meaningless bit of work on my part, so it will continue for a VERY short time.)

You might think a thought that they don’t approve of. I wonder if this will cause them to suspend me? I would regain loads of time in my life if I didn’t waste any of it on Twitter. Emails reveal how [Redacted] tried to cash in big on behalf of family with Chinese firm.

Because why court disaster?

[Redacted] pursued lucrative deals involving China’s largest private energy company — including one that he said would be “interesting for me and my family,” emails obtained by The Post show.

One email sent to Biden on May 13, 2017, with the subject line “Expectations,” included details of “remuneration packages” for six people involved in an unspecified business venture.

Oh, and in case you are living under a rock, the Redacted name is…

Hunter Biden.

What a shock, that they don’t want you to know “bad” (as in damaging) info for a Biden this close to an election.

Twitter versus The Hunter Biden Story

Nevermore facepalmSmitty over at The Other McCain notes – Twitter Getting Its Hunter Biden On

The ever increasing effort by Twitter to throttle and otherwise kill the Hunter Biden story is just drawing that much more attention.

The magic laptop with the salacious emails sure got my BabylonBee muse going. Then there was a bunch of time where I could not retweet or post. @Jack’s crack stack’s back in black.

It is pretty funny. Click thru.

For myself I can say that I tried to post an image of the New York Post‘s front page about Hunter B. I had to change the name, so that it did not include “Hunter” and I also scaled the JPEG just to screw with any other checks they were making.