RNC files FEC complaint against Twitter, claims company made 'illegal in-kind contribution' to Biden campaign

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EXCLUSIVE: The Republican National Committee on Friday filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission alleging that the censorship of the New York Post article about Hunter Biden's overseas business dealings and former Vice President Joe Biden's alleged knowledge of those dealings, amounts to an "illegal corporate in-kind political contribution" to the Biden campaign Fox News has learned.
EXCLUSIVE: The Republican National Committee (RNC) on Friday filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) alleging that the censorship of the New York Post article about Hunter Biden's overseas business dealings and former Vice President Joe Biden's alleged knowledge of those dealings amounts to an "illegal corporate in-kind political contribution" to the Biden campaign, Fox News has learned.

The complaint, filed by the RNC on Friday and obtained exclusively by Fox News, states that the RNC "believes that Twitter has violated FECA and the Commission's Regulations by making corporate in-kind contributions to Biden for President."

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The RNC, in its complaint, said Twitter "is a partisan actor, run by partisan Democrats" and is "using its corporate resources to provide active support for Joe Biden's campaign in violation of federal law," and demanded the FEC "conduct an immediate investigation" into Twitter's "illegal in-kind contributions to the Biden campaign," and "impose the maximum penalty allowed under the law."

The complaint comes after Twitter prevented users from sharing a link to a New York Post report about emails shedding light on Hunter Biden's business dealings and contradicting the Democratic presidential nominee's past comments claiming he had no knowledge of his son's business activities.

The RNC claimed that Twitter is "engaged in arguably the most brazen and unprecedented act of media suppression in this country's history, and it is doing so for the clear purpose of supporting the Biden campaign."

The RNC claimed that Twitter has "taken unprecedented actions to suppress the articles from being shared on its platform."

"Democrat media consultants can only dream of such abilities," the complaint read. "Through its ad hoc, partisan oppression of media critical of Biden, [Twitter] is making illegal, corporate in-kind contributions as it provides…
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