Dems Attack ‘Twitter Files’ Journalists & Completely Clown Themselves!

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“Twitter Files” journalists Matt Taibbi and Michael Shellenberger recently appeared in front of the House Judiciary Committee to discuss the improper pressure applied to social media companies by government agencies to throttle or otherwise censor users’ content.

But Democrats on the committee instead used the opportunity to attack the journalists’ credibility and ethics while offering up a full-throated defense of the security state and intelligence agencies.

Jimmy and Pushback host Aaron Maté discuss Taibbi’s tolerance for being described as a “so-called journalist” by a so-called Congresswoman.

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Democratic House member Gerry Connolly hoped to prove that the Twitter Files revelations were merely an exercise in promoting right-wing talking points – that is, until he got schooled by journalist Matt Taibbi, who explained that the Twitter Files revealed efforts to silence voices on both the right AND the left.

During the recent “Twitter Files” House hearings, Democratic Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz used her six minutes not to explore the matter at hand, but rather to accuse journalist Matt Taibbi of hypocrisy, behaving unethically, and doing it all for personal enrichment. That’s right, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, who had to resign in disgrace in 2016 from her position as head of the DNC after rigging the primary for Hillary Clinton, is accusing others of lacking ethics.

Democratic House Representative Sylvia Garcia took part in the recent House Judiciary Committee hearings on the so-called “Twitter Files” – well, sort of. Representative Garcia attempted to quiz journalists Matt Taibbi and Michael Shellenberger about their revelations regarding government interference and social media censorship demands, except that she seemed unclear on how Twitter, Substack and the Internet in general seems to operate.

During the recent House Judiciary Committee hearing on the so-called “Twitter Files,” Representative Dan Goldman, a wealthy heir to the Levi Strauss fortune, insisted that the government never demanded that a single tweet be pulled from the social media platform – except, as Chairman Jim Jordan pointed out, the feds had done just that over a tweet by Robert F. Kennedy jr.