Twitter Fact-Checks Biden’s Claims Of $3.19 A Gallon Gas

This just in: a fact check that was not against the Republican side of politics?

Yes, we can confirm this has happened. A Twitter post put up by White House occupant Joe Biden Monday read, “Right now, the most common price at gas stations across the country is $3.19 per gallon. That’s progress.”

Featured under the post is a blurb that says “Readers added context they thought people might want to know,” followed by an explanation that Biden was referring to the “most common gas price” rather than the national average price, which is at a much higher $3.80 a gallon.

This estimation of $3.80 per gallon of gas came from the fuel price monitor AAA.

Biden is not the only person on the left who is facing consequences for posts made on Twitter following many reported instances of the platform’s discrimination against conservative voices. Far-left comedian Kathy Griffin was just banned from the platform after she impersonated the new company CEO, Elon Musk.

It seems that Twitter is and will continue to be facing numerous new changes since Musk’s acquisition.

“Going forward, any Twitter handles engaging in impersonation without clearly specifying ‘parody’ will be permanently suspended,” the new platform owner wrote Monday.

Griffin did not seem to agree with the terms of the ban. The disgruntled leftist comedian has now reportedly decided to log in to the Twitter account of her deceased mother in order to challenge the suspension.

“This is KG. I’m tweeting from my dead mother’s account,” she allegedly wrote online. “She would not mind.”

Griffin also allegedly changed the name of her mother’s account to “Elon Musk,” additionally copying his profile picture.

Democrat congressional Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez similarly complained about Musk’s actions against her Twitter account, albeit with no evidence provided along with her allegation.

“…my Twitter mentions/notifications conveniently aren’t working tonight, so I was informed via text that I seem to have gotten under a certain billionaire’s skin,” Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) posted online. “Just a reminder that money will never by [sic] your way out of insecurity, folks.”