Glenn Greenwald, the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who co-founded The Intercept in 2014, announced his resignation from the online news publication Thursday after current editors wanted to censor his latest article because it was critical of Joe Biden.
The article referred to “recently revealed emails and witness testimony” that suggested Joe Biden was involved in multi-million dollar payouts arranged and received by his son Hunter Biden, and editors refused to publish it unless all references were removed.
The editors also prevented Greenwald from publishing the article elsewhere by insisting he follow his contractual obligations not to do so.
Greenwald said in his resignation letter that he invited the editors to write their own pieces explaining why they didn’t believe the information in the emails and testimony were credible, but they declined.
“Modern media outlets do not air dissent; they quash it,” Greenwald concluded.
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