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    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey faced another round of questioning in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee. A few moments stuck out to me: Sen. Da Nang Dick Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) told Zuckerberg to ban Steve Bannon and Dorsey admitted it was a mistake for the platform to ban The New York Post's story on Hunter Biden's laptop.

    There is fierce competition for the position of dumbest talking head over at MSNBC. Lawrence O'Donnell, Chris Hayes, Mika Brzezinski, and Nicolle Wallace put up a great fight for the prize on a regular basis, but Joy Reid consistently outshines all of them in this coveted category. A recent tweet from Reid about the meaning behind "538" in the name of the polling outfit "FiveThirtyEight" should be framed and hung on a refrigerator somewhere.

    As you may know, the New York Post has been locked out of its Twitter account because of the story they recently broke about the Biden family's alleged corruption in Ukraine. Twitter claimed it was clamping down on unverified and potentially dangerous news stories to justify their punishment of the Post. But now, dozens of people who work in media have been gleefully retweeting a hoax meant to smear former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani. Will they be locked out of their accounts? Don't hold your breath.

    Weird. Twitter deleted a tweet from a COVID-19 advisor to President Donald Trump because he said masks don't work. The platform didn't allow people to post articles from The New York Post about Hunter Biden's emails. Yet they did nothing about a tweet shooting around with a fake email from the Iowa Farm Bureau stating it doesn't support Iowa Sen. Joni Ernst. SO WEIRD.
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