Looks like engaging in wanton disregard of the First Amendment, for purposes of swinging a highly consequential election, no less, have struck fear into the hearts of amoral former Twitter executives.
One such former Twitter executive includes Yoel Roth, the previous Head of Trust & Safety Director at Twitter, also known as a key player in destroying Americans’ right to know about a potential presidential candidate being deeply compromised by Ukrainian, Russian, and Chinese interests.
A compromise that has become all the clearer by Musk’s sage decision to release the “Twitter files,” which show that the past administration team at Twitter did indeed actively suppress the Hunter Biden laptop story, which is really a story about the current president engaging in egregious business dealings with enemies of the state.
Roth, however, is clearly concerned with himself and the even more amoral people he apparently feels compelled to “protect.”
“Publicly posting the names and identities of front-line employees involved in content moderation puts them in harm’s way and is a fundamentally unacceptable thing to do,” Roth whined.
Cry us all a river, Roth.
What is “fundamentally unacceptable” is swinging the election in favor of a traitor. Full stop.
One can only hope that the Republicans have the actual gumption to go after Biden’s clearly compromised position, which, once again, is the real issue.
The mainstream media loves to harp on Republicans’ obsession with Hunter’s so-called addiction (i.e., excuse for his deplorable behavior).
They don’t like to harp on the reality that a number of international developments, including Biden dumping tens of billions of dollars into a conflict that could have been prevented.
Had the administration wanted it to be prevented, that is.
One does indeed wonder how Europeans and Americans are suffering the effects of sanctions vastly more than Russians are … then again, Russians also invested upwards of $100M+ in the Biden family’s business enterprises, so maybe there’s your answer.
Representative James Comer, who currently serves as the ranking member of the House Oversight Committee, seems to show some promise in terms of finally getting the truth to the American people.
“In January, Jason, when I take your old position as chairman of the House Oversight Committee, I can promise you this: Every employee at Twitter who was involved in suppressing the Hunter Biden laptop story will have an opportunity to come before Congress and explain their actions to the American people,” Comer boomed.
One can only hope they do.
And, while their explanations will, in all likelihood, be laden with lies, at least they will be lies publicly documented for posterity.
“We knew that the [DNC] was communicating with Twitter. We knew the Biden campaign was communicating with Twitter,” Comer continued, citing information that is at least two years old for conservatives, who have long known the truth about the nefarious antics of Big Tech.
“That’s why, in April of this year, we, on the House Oversight Committee, requested that Twitter preserve all documents and correspondence between Twitter executives and the [Democratic] National Committee and the Biden campaign with respect to the Hunter Biden laptop story,” Comer added.
Needless to say, Roth is greatly displeased by the retention of these documents.
In a rather bold move, Roth went as far as to lecture the nation on the importance of “governance” from his Twitter account (note that Musk doesn’t silence him for expressing his absurd views, despite their utterly misleading nature when evaluated in context).
“Governance is how decisions get made. You can armchair quarterback specific choices and mistakes all day. But the real work is figuring out how to make principled decisions when all you have are bad options,” Roth raged on his Twitter account.
Hm. Is that so?
Well then, apparently Roth thinks that the following option, as outlined in detail by reporter Matt Taibbi, was the “best” of the bad options.
“Twitter took extraordinary steps to suppress the story, removing links and posting warnings that it may be ‘unsafe’ …They even blocked its transmission via direct message, a tool hitherto reserved for extreme cases, [such as] child pornography,” Taibbi intoned.
So, a true story regarding the current president’s deeply compromised interests in Ukraine, Russia, China, and who knows where else, is apparently censored as much as child pornography, per the “logic” of former Twitter executives.
Perhaps one of the scariest management teams in American corporate history …
With any luck, at least part of the true story will be revealed to the American public, if Comer manages to finally draw national attention to the real and present danger of the president’s foreign interests.
“This story’s just beginning … because we’re going to have every single person at Twitter that was involved in this in front of the House Oversight Committee as soon as possible,” Comer remarked ominously.
One can only hope that Comer’s personal home has greater personal security than Pelosi’s, though the Pelosi story mysteriously appears to have vanished as quickly as it appeared … right in time for the midterm elections.
Author: Jane Jones