By
Ryan E.
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December 18, 2022

Representative Burchett: What FBI Did Was Worse Than Anything Musk Did

Representative Tim Burchett of Tennessee recently made an appearance on Fox Business Network.

During an episode of "Evening Edit," the Republican called America to please pay attention to what the FBI is doing right now:

Conspiring against Americans.

For all of the fuss that Elon Musk temporarily suspending a few journalists caused, the FBI has been doing much worse for years on that same exact platform: Twitter.

Any attempts to say that Musk temporarily suspending accounts for dangerous activity is worse than what the FBI has been doing for years is simply an attempt to deflect from the real problems:

The FBI used Twitter for years to conspire against and control American citizens.

"In Mr. Musk’s defense, he is a billionaire, he has people that probably would like to kill him. It’s kind of like at my dinner table, I can tell somebody to shut up and leave and be quiet and I guess since he owns Twitter he could do that the same. The problem is with the FBI, the hand in glove that we’re seeing. To me, it’s quite a chilling effect that our Justice Department is involved in effectively censoring people that have differing opinions and in quashing a story that led to — I believe — to undue Chinese influence in the White House through the former vice president and now president’s son. I don’t care if he’s — I don’t care how much cocaine he blows or how many hookers he’s with or how many videos. It just shows he’s a despicable human being. But what I worry about is the effect that that had on our last election and that would have had and it should have had on our election."

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