Elon Musk Releases Damning Internal Details About Twitter’s Censoring Of Hunter Biden Laptop

Elon Musk is revealing the behind the scenes details of Twitter censoring the Hunter Biden laptop story before the 2020 election.

The story is making all the right people very angry.

Musk enlisted the journalist Matt Taibbi to drip out the details in his Twitter feed.

Breitbart News has some of the most interesting details:

‘Everyone Knew This Was F*cked:’ Elon Musk Releases Twitter’s Internal Convos on Hunter Biden Laptop Censorship

Elon Musk’s Twitter released internal discussions about censoring the Hunter Biden laptop story Friday night via journalist Matt Taibbi.

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The documents reveal widespread internal and external concern at the suppression of the story, a decision made without CEO Jack Dorsey’s knowledge and spearheaded by Vijaya Gadde, then the head of Trust & Safety — Twitter’s top censor. The thread is ongoing at the time of this writing and can be found here:

The documents, mostly internal communications from Twitter and emails with external parties, showed widespread unease with the decision and concerns about how it could be explained to lawmakers and the public.

Several key points from the thread so far:

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– The decision to censor the Hunter Biden laptop story was made without the knowledge of CEO Jack Dorsey

– Trust & Safety chief Vijaya Gadde, long believed to be the driving force of censorship at the company, spearheaded the decision.

– Numerous top Twitter employees, especially from the communications and policy teams — whose job is to maintain relations with lawmakers and the press — expressed concern at the decision.

See some of the key tweets below:

Musk aims to release more details in the near future.

Stay tuned.


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