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State Sen. Jake Chapman has shared that Facebook has admitted it errored when censoring a story from the New York Post about Hunter Biden shortly before the election.

Jack Dorsey, the Twitter CEO, has also admitted the error. Dorsey called the decision to block the story a “total mistake.”

“We recognize it as a mistake that we made, both in terms of the intention of the policy and also the enforcement action of not allowing people to share it publicly or privately,” Dorsey said.

Polling done by the Media Research Center showed that 9.4 percent of Biden voters would have shifted away from Biden had they known about the Hunter Biden story. In all, 45.1 percent of Biden voters said they were unaware of the Hunter Biden story.

The survey was a post-election survey of 1,750 Biden voters in seven swing states.

Author: Jacob Hall