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Despite being on of the top tweeted about topics on Twitter in the last seven days, tech giants went into overdrive to ensure than the Tony Bobulinski interview with Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson didn’t show up on their users’ news feeds. 

#TonyBobulinski was the 13th most discussed hashtag worldwide for the week at 161,500 individual mentions in just a few short hours in the the time that the Tucker interview aired. 

Social media giants have been suppressing Tony Bobulinski’s story since he came forward weeks ago even though he remains the more credible than the often “anonymous source” stories that Twitter and Facebook choose to amplify when they portray President Trump negatively. 

American Thinker Editor Andrea Widburg, also concerned with big media censorship, wrote this in reflection of the damning interview:

“If we had a decent media, this story would be on every front page and at the top of every news hour. Instead, Bobulinski is trying desperately to get Americans to know that he is not a Russian agent and that Joe Biden was in bed with the Communist Chinese government, starting when he was Vice President and continuing after he left the White House. This screenshot from Memeorandum shows that none of the legacy media outlets are touching the story:

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