Twitter tested the powers of Congress by censoring the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee website for sharing a link to the NY Post's bombshell article about Hunter Biden.
Senator Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) shared a link to the NY Post article on Twitter, and practically dared Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to block the link.
Dorsey took the challenge by blocking or hiding the link from Twitter users.
An outraged Cruz threatened to issue a subpoena to Dorsey to testify before the judiciary committee next Friday.
Twitter also suspended the Twitter pages of White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany AND the NY Post's official Twitter account.
In a video posted on the judiciary committee website, Cruz said Twitter's censorship "has no precedence in the history of democracy."
"Never before have we seen active censorship of a major press publication," said Cruz. He noted that the NY Post has the 4th largest circulation of any newspaper in the United States.
"Twitter and Facebook and big tech billionaires don't get to censor political speech and actively interfere in the election," he said.
The NY Post put together this video clip comparing Beyonce's tragic lip sync fail at President Obama's 2nd Inauguration to her live a capella version at a scheduled press conference in New Orleans on Thursday (Jan. 31).
Many wonder why Beyonce thought it was necessary to prove she can sing the National Anthem. From what I hear, Beyonce was unhappy that people thought she sang to a prerecorded track because she couldn't remember the words.
Beyonce also promised to perform live during halftime of Super Bowl 47 at the Superdome in New Orleans on Sunday.
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This will sting Jay Z's already bruised ego:
Rep. Pete King was snapping photos of the stars at Monday’s Inauguration – and wound up on the cover of the New York Post. The headline: “First Couple! (Well, almost) Pols fawn over Beyoncé, Jay-Z at Inaugural.”
In King’s defense, that’s only half true. The congressman tweeted Tuesday that while he recognized Beyoncé, who sang the National Anthem, he didn’t know “the guy” beside her.
More from Sandrarose.com:
Beyonce performs National Anthem at Inauguration
The White House Removes Anti-Beyonce Petition
HuffPo Blogger: ‘Why I won’t Listen to Beyonce’
Beyonce: Photos from the 57th Inauguration
Spotted at Politico.com
The NY Post's Tim Donnelly has written another heartwarming story about finding love amid the wreckage of Hurricane Sandy.
"Emanuel Boseman was panicked. He was stranded in a tiny 50-square-foot second-floor storage unit in Coney Island as Sandy pushed ocean waters into the building, completely flooding the first floor.
He stared at his cellphone, which was getting spotty service, and nervously debated dialing his ex-girlfriend Fernanda Meier.
He didn’t know who else to call, but they hadn’t spoken in months. Would she even take his call?"
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