by Penka Arsova
The USA Today reportedly refused to publish a piece from its columnist that focused on Big Tech censorship and the stories about Hunter Biden’s emails.
The story: Glenn Reynolds, a professor of Law at the University of Tennessee College of Law who has a weekly column in USA Today, said the paper rejected his latest column. The column largely focused on Facebook and Twitter’s censorship of the New York Post stories about Hunter Biden’s emails. The reports cast doubts on Joe Biden’s claim that he never spoke to his son about his overseas business dealings.
In his column, Reynolds criticized the social media platforms for their move. But, according to him, USA Today did not want to publish it. He then decided to post it on his blog Instapundit.
What he said: “SO USA TODAY DIDN’T WANT TO RUN MY HUNTER BIDEN COLUMN THIS WEEK. My regular editor is on vacation, and I guess everyone else was afraid to touch it. So I’m sending them another column next week, and just publishing this one here. Enjoy! This is as filed, with no editing from USAT,” he wrote on his blog.