The impeachment inquiry has reached its next phase on Capitol Hill. House Intelligence chairman Adam Schiff shared a report summarizing the Democrat’s impeachment investigation on Twitter Monday. The release came just hours before a House vote to formally submit it to the Judiciary Committee.
Twitter has decided to put the brakes on wiping out inactive accounts. In a Wednesday tweet, the social media giant said it is stalling its previous decision to remove inactive accounts until it figures out how to preserve the ones of people who have died.
Democrats have started writing a report regarding their findings during impeachment hearings. On Sunday, House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff said he’s determined to keep the impeachment process going despite Republican backlash. The finished report could lead to a House vote on whether to formally charge President Trump.
OAN Newsroom UPDATED 10:08 AM PT — Thursday, November 21, 2019 President Trump is raising serious doubts about whether a Ukrainian Embassy official overheard an…
A federal jury handed down a guilty verdict to former Trump campaign associate Roger Stone. A jury found Stone guilty of all seven charges listed in his indictment on Friday, which included five counts of lying to Congress, one count of witness tampering and one count of obstructing proceedings.
During a congressional hearing Wednesday, House Rep. Jim Banks called on Twitter to prioritize shielding veterans from internet schemes. This comes as the social media giant has reportedly invested more resources to crack down on political speech, while reportedly ignoring other online threats.
Facebook is facing a new lawsuit over censorship after its decision to allegedly remove posts which name the alleged whistleblower. Tuesday reports said a law school student accused the social media platform of deleting three of his posts naming the alleged informant without any explanation.
Several social media sites have joined Democrats in censoring posts about the alleged whistleblower. One example is OAN reporter Neil W. McCabe, who was locked out of his Twitter account after tweeting his report from the alleged whistleblower’s home. Here’s Neil’s report from the White House.