When the U.K.’s Daily Mail published a bombshell report on the verified contents of Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop earlier this month, sharing the “shocking details” the president’s son left out of his low-selling memoir, Stewart Baker tried to share it.
Baker, a former National Security Agency general counsel and Department of Homeland Security subcabinet appointee now in private practice, took to LinkedIn.
“The social media giants that won’t let you say the 2020 election was rigged are the people who did their best to rig it: Hunter Biden laptop was genuine and scandalous — Daily Mail,” Baker wrote, providing the report link.
The post didn’t last long. The Microsoft-owned professional social network told Baker it had removed the post for violating its Professional Community Policies, and warned him that depending on “the severity of the violation, your account may be restricted indefinitely.”