Posted BY: Kara | NwoReport
A recent revelation has shown that a high-ranking official within the Department of Justice (DOJ) exerted pressure on Twitter to remove tweets containing evidence of election irregularities in Georgia. According to email correspondence, Vanita Gupta, who currently holds the position of associate U.S. attorney general under President Biden, urged the former Twitter head of trust and safety, Vijaya Gadde, to take action against tweets that were flagged as potentially dangerous.
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In the email dated January 3, 2021, Gupta thanked Gadde for responding to her concerns over the flagged tweets. Gupta also involved representatives from Fair Fight Action, an organization focused on addressing voter suppression in Georgia, in the conversation. Gupta stressed the need for swift action to tag and address content related to Georgia elections that could potentially cause harm.
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One specific tweet targeted for censorship featured a report by James O’Keefe, which highlighted potential voter fraud in Georgia. The report included an undercover conversation with Adam Seely, a former Managing Director at Emmaus House, a food pantry. Seely revealed that thousands of people were registered to vote using the food pantry’s address as their own, even though they didn’t actually reside there. This violates Georgia’s voter registration laws, which require individuals to register where they live.
Gupta’s email prompted Gadde to offer assistance in coordinating with Twitter’s censorship teams to address the flagged content. Another Twitter executive, Reggie McCrimmon, requested specific details and examples of the tweets Fair Fight wanted to be removed. This email exchange occurred before O’Keefe’s Twitter account was permanently suspended by the platform.
The correspondence raises concerns about the intersection of government officials and social media platforms in controlling the spread of information related to elections. The situation also underscores the ongoing debates surrounding censorship, freedom of speech, and the regulation of online content. With Gupta’s involvement and the subsequent suspension of O’Keefe’s Twitter account, questions about the balance between addressing potential misinformation and protecting free expression continue to emerge.