Two Republican senators who have been investigating allegations of malfeasance within the Biden family for years have increased their efforts.
After Facebook and Twitter partially concealed explosive revelations about Hunter Biden's laptop in October 2020, Republican senators Chuck Grassley of Iowa and Ron Johnson of Wisconsin are demanding more information, according to a report by The Conservative Brief.
In a letter to Zuckerberg, Grassley and Johnson state that in October 2020, "when the New York Post published articles based on evidence from Hunter Biden's laptop, many news and social media organizations inappropriately rushed to censor and discredit the initial reporting and falsely labeled it 'disinformation.'"
The mainstream media has acknowledged that the information extracted from the laptop was authentic and not Russian disinformation.
“You recently appeared to indicate that the reason why Facebook made the unwise decision to censor articles about Hunter Biden’s laptop was based on an alert from the Federal Bureau of Investigation,” the senators wrote.
"Whistleblowers have also alleged to Senator Johnson that local FBI leadership instructed its employees not to look at the Hunter Biden laptop immediately after the FBI had obtained it."
The senators noted further, going on to say that Americans “deserve to know whether the FBI used Facebook as part of their alleged plan to discredit information about Hunter Biden.”
“Congress and the American people require clarity with respect to the extent the FBI communicated with Facebook during the 2020 election about Hunter Biden-related information,” they added.
During his 2020 presidential campaign, then-Democratic candidate Joe Biden stated repeatedly that he was never involved with Hunter Biden's business ventures and never discussed them. However, a new report published on Tuesday appears to definitively refute these claims.
“Four business partners, a vice president, and two assistants at Hunter Biden’s now-defunct firm visited the White House more than 80 times when his father was vice president in the Obama administration,” Fox News Digital reported.
According to visitor documents examined by Fox News Digital, Joan Mayer, who claims to have been the vice president of Hunter's former investment firm, Rosemont Seneca Advisors, from 2008 to 2017, made at least 17 visits to the White House during this time period.
In October 2009, Mayer attended a vice-presidential briefing and met with Danielle Borrin, the vice president's assistant at the time. A few weeks later, Mayer met with Nancy Orloff, who served as Biden's executive assistant at the time, in the West Wing. Moreover, the records reveal that in July 2013, Mayer met with Kellen Suber, another executive assistant to Vice President Biden, in the West Wing, as reported by the outlet.
December 2013 and December 2014, according to visitor records, Mayer attended holiday receptions at the vice president's official residence at One Observatory Circle. Fox News Digital added that she also attended a Jewish community reception at the same location in September 2015.
Moreover, Mayer met with Kaitlyn Demers, an associate counsel in Biden's office, in June 2016 at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building (EEOB), which contains the ceremonial office of the Vice President, according to the logs.