Both Twitter and Facebook took extraordinary censorship measures against The Post on Wednesday over its exposés about Hunter Biden’s emails — with Twitter baselessly charging that “hacked materials” were used.
The suppression effort came despite presidential candidate Joe Biden’s campaign merely denying that he had anything on his “official schedules” about meeting a Ukrainian energy executive in 2015 — along with zero claims that his son’s computer had been hacked.
In the new charging document, Mr. Broidy is accused of working on behalf of Mr. Low, and not the Chinese official, Sun Lijun, China’s then-vice minister of public security. Ms. Davis said that she and Messrs. Broidy and Low met in a hotel suite in Shenzhen in May 2017 to discuss the removal from the U.S. of the fugitive, Guo Wengui. The new filing says that the group also discussed the potential return to the U.S. of Americans held in China.