Rep. Kevin McCarthy: Private companies become a political arm for FBI
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As bombshell revelations from the "Twitter files" continue to come to light, concerns grow over the FBI utilizing private companies as a "political arm," as well as its role in censoring the "truth" from Americans.
During his appearance on "Mornings with Maria" Monday, House Minority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., told FOX Business that House Republicans plan to hold individuals accountable as they dig deeper into the FBI’s "collusion" with social media.
"We’re going to do more than just subpoena them. We’re going to change the course of where the FBI is today," the California lawmaker said.
"Every day we learn something more," he continued.
Much has been revealed about the government’s relationship with Big Tech since Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover in October.
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"Why are they [the FBI] able to do this? Working together, using private businesses to go after individuals right before an election, denying the American public the truth?" McCarthy questioned.
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