Biden’s Own Campaign Implicated in Twitter Records Drop, But It Was Silently Scrubbed from the Internet


As you probably know by now, Twitter was involved in massive censorship in the 2020 presidential election.

Tracking the multiple tentacles of that censorship and influence manipulation lead directly to the Biden campaign, according to Rogan O’Handley tweets.

The tweets, scrubbed from Twitter but compiled in an O’Handley archive known as “Twitter Files Part 9,” show then-Secretary of State Alex Padilla working with National Association of Secretaries of State Director of Communications Maria Benson to crush “false or misleading information.”

A key tool in their censorship efforts was Twitter.

In July 2020, Padilla’s office offered a $35 million bid opportunity to 15 political professionals, including consultants, to develop a “Vote Safe California” campaign.


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Many of the political professionals had figured in major campaigns of Democrats. The winner was SKDKnickerbocker.

“Who is SKDK?” O’Handley’s Twitter archive asked rhetorically. “They’re a political consulting firm heavily involved in then-candidate **Joe Biden’s** presidential campaign.

“As described by Reuters, ‘SKDK is closely associated with the Democratic Party, having worked on six presidential campaign,’” O’Handley said, adding: “Yes, you’re reading this correctly.

“Alex Padilla, former CA Sec. of State and now US Senator, used taxpayer dollars to hire Biden’s campaign firm for $35 million to pick who to censor in ‘Misinformation Daily Briefings’ and report these speakers to Big Tech for banning,” according to O’Handley.

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O’Handley’s archived thread regarding Big Tech censorship contains a disclaimer: “This is *not* an official Twitter Files thread coordinated with Elon [Musk], but everything listed is sourced from Judicial Watch FOIA [Freedom of Information Act]/Sunshine Records Requests.”

O’Handley, also known as DC Draino, was recently restored to Twitter after a 22-month ban prompted he said, by the state government of California for alleged “election misinformation.” He’s involved in a lawsuit against Twitter, the State of California, and SKDK.


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