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December 10, 2022

Democrats Suddenly Cancel Hearing Where Elon Musk Was Scheduled to Appear

House Democrats suddenly canceled a hearing to investigate climate "disinformation" on social media where Twitter CEO Elon Musk was scheduled to appear.

Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA), chairman of the Oversight Subcommittee on the Environment, invited Big Tech leaders on Nov. 18 for the December meeting before its cancellation.

"In November, initial Subcommittee hearing invites were sent out prematurely that did not align with the Committee’s hearing calendar," a Democratic committee spokesperson told Fox News Digital in a statement.

"In order to accommodate a December 14th full Committee hearing, the Committee made the decision to push the Subcommittee hearing shortly after the invites were sent," it added.

Khanna happened to be the one Democrat Musk's Twitter Files mentioned by name in his recent disclosure regarding Hunter Biden's laptop and censorship surrounding it.

Khanna was mentioned as not wanting to hide the laptop story, though the account is based only on Matt Taibbi's internal Twitter research.

The lawmaker also had his personal email exposed in the Twitter Files, with Khanna receiving hundreds of emails in response.

"'What’s going on?' Khanna said Sunday, two days after his personal email had been published in a screenshot that was part Matt Taibbi’s Twitter stream of internal documents," the Washington Post tweeted.

The mention of the lawmaker in Musk's disclosure may have some connection with the cancelation of the meeting.

It's also possible that Democratic lawmakers sought to avoid a meeting involving Musk as he has become increasingly outspoken about the left's involvement in censoring free speech on social media.

Source: Fox News

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