Jim Jordan Subpoenas Center for Countering Digital Hate, Org Behind Biden’s ‘Disinformation Dozen’

The House Judiciary Committee under the chairmanship of Jim Jordan (R OH) continues its investigation into the Center for Countering Digital Hate and its role in federal government collusion with social media firms to censor American citizens.

The subpoena will give the CCDH until September 30 to produce all communications it has had with the executive branch regarding content moderation, accuracy or truthfulness of content and deletion or suppression.

Subpoenas were issued by the Judiciary Committee after the CCDH refused to cooperate voluntarily with the investigation. On August 17, the CCDH’s lawyer informed the committee that they would not be voluntarily producing any documents.

Rep. Jordan wrote in a letter addressed to Imran Ahmed CEO of the CCDH that “CCDH hinders the Committee from fulfilling its constitutional oversight obligation by refusing to provide anything substantive as a response to the Committee’s request.”


The CCDH, a British non-profit funded by a pro China investment entity, became infamous under the Biden administration for being the source of the “disinformation twelve,” a collection of Facebook accounts that the nonprofit identified as top sources of misinformation about “COVID.”

Joe Biden used CCDH research to urge Facebook to censor these accounts. He accused the social media platform of “killing” people by allowing them to continue posting.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. was included in the “disinformation twelve” as he is now Biden’s main opponent in the Democratic presidential primary.

Due to its involvement in the Biden censorship system, the CCDH has become a target for lawsuits. The organization America First Legal has filed a lawsuit in multiple states to investigate collusion between Democrat Attorneys General and the British nonprofit.