Suspicions that Twitter colluded with the federal government to censor, blacklist, shadowban, and coordinate phony narratives have all been confirmed in the Twitter Files.
Posted BY: Jamie White
Twitter CEO Elon Musk admitted that most conspiracy theories about Twitter’s illicit activities related to censorship and government collusion “turned out to be true.”
“To be totally frank, almost every conspiracy theory that people had about Twitter turned out to be true,” Musk said during the “All In Podcast” last week.
“Is there a conspiracy theory about Twitter that didn’t turn out to be true?” he laughed.
“So far, they’ve all turned out to be true,” he added.
This comes as a new installment of the ongoing Twitter Files was released on Monday, which details Twitter’s censorship and de-platforming policies related to COVID-19, the experimental vaccine, and other government-approved narratives.
So far, numerous drops of the Twitter Files revealed the following:
- Twitter Files Part 1 focuses on the company’s decisions surrounding news about material found on what is alleged to be Hunter Biden’s laptop.
- Twitter Files Part 2 highlights how Twitter used tools to shadowban and blacklist conservatives.
- Twitter Files Part 3, 4, and 5 centers on Twitter’s decision to remove Trump from the platform after the January 6 Capitol protest.
- Twitter Files Part 6 revealed how the FBI flagged tweets for potential Twitter rule breakers
- Twitter Files Part 7 shows how the FBI warned Twitter to be wary of Biden’s laptop
- Twitter Files Part 8 showed how Twitter permitted U.S. military-linked ‘psyop’ accounts
Nevertheless, mainstream media outlets like The New York Times are refusing to report on these damning revelations, which is why it’s so important that you spread the word and share these articles.
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So @nytimes still hasn’t covered any of the #twitterfiles revelations, but they do have a 2500 word front page of Style section profile piece on a random @twitter employee no one has ever heard of before who was fired. pic.twitter.com/qQ8NJ9igLq— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) December 25, 2022