Adam Schiff Tried To Censor Joke About Joe Biden Like They Do In North Korea According To Elon Musk’s Twitter Files

Elon Musk, via independent journalist Matt Taibbi, just busted California Rep Ada Schiff trying to censor a joke about President Joe Biden as if we lived in North Korea.

According to the latest Twitter Files, Schiff (D-CA) made frequent requests to Twitter to take down posts, in direct violation of the US Constitution, but saw many of them denied by the tech company.

According to Taibbi: “Staff of House Democrat @AdamSchiff wrote to Twitter quite often, asking that tweets be taken down. This important use of taxpayer resources involved an ask about a ‘Peter Douche’ parody photo of Joe Biden (See Below). The DNC made the same request.”

The joke photo Schiff wanted to censure, in violation of the US Constitution, was an altered image of Biden with his tongue sticking out . Schiff’s staff didn’t like the joke and asked for it to be removed, in direct violation of the US Constitution.

To their credit, Twitter refused telling Schiff’s team to lighten up as the image was obviously altered for comic effect.

This is North Korea stuff from Schiff, don’t make fun of Dear Leader. It has no place in America. Thank God Elon Musk is blowing the whistle on this.

Taibbi continued:

“The real issue was Donald Trump retweeted the Biden pic. To its credit Twitter refused to remove it, with Trust and Safety chief Yoel Roth saying it had obvious “humorous intent” and “any reasonable observer” – apparently, not a Schiff staffer – could see it was doctored.

“Schiff staffer Jeff Lowenstein didn’t give up, claiming there was a “slippery slope concern here.”

“Twitter also refused requests for bans of content about Schiff and his staff, e.g. “complete suppress[ion of] any and all search results about Mr. Misko and other Committee staffers.” Twitter said this would not be “conceivable.”

Even when Twitter didn’t suspend an account, that didn’t mean they didn’t act. Schiff’s office repeatedly complained about “QAnon related activity” that were often tweets about other matters, like the identity of the Ukraine “whistleblower” or the Steele dossier.”