The news and headlines everywhere are all abuzz with social media and tech mega giants doing everything they can to squash conservative speech. The latest? Twitter employees are using a company policy to shadowban conservatives and other users.
Twitter has sprung a leak.
In several exclusive interviews with Breitbart, former employees of the company reveal a company dependent on celebrities, hostile to free speech, and silently fuming at President Trump’s continued dominance on the platform. It corroborates the recent Project Veritas exposé of a platform that is hopelessly biased and committed to censoring non-progressive voices.
Our first source, who, like the others, wishes to remain anonymous, described how the company rapidly abandoned its commitment to free speech after former CEO Dick Costolo was replaced by Jack Dorsey, who the source described as “the definition of a social justice warrior.”
The majority of Twitter’s management, says the source, believes the leftist idea that “hate speech is violence.” They “absolutely” believe in the idea that “abuse scares people off the platform,” and that certain types of speech “silence” other speech.
… Twitter employees are divided into three distinct groups, says the source. Hardline leftists like Dorsey and others, and “ACLU-type” liberals who “still believe in free speech.” Lastly, there are workers who join the company on H1B visas, who the source says are “apolitical.”
… In other words, Dorsey wants Twitter to be a feel-good safe space, and not the site of political acrimony and put-downs that it is currently known for.
According to a second source, the company openly celebrates when right-wing figures are banned from the platform.
“There was a great deal of celebration [at Twitter] when Milo was banned,” says the source.
With all the conservative speech oppression, one would think a little alternative social media site would spring up and give these guys some competition. After all, it’s the American way. And you just know American Conservative speech won’t be oppressed for very long.