JUSTICE: Twitter held accountable for censoring Project Veritas

From James O’Keefe on 25.03.2021

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Dear Friends,

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, who testified before Congress today, claimed that the tech giant doesn’t have a “Censorship Department.” I beg to differ.

As you probably saw earlier this week, Project Veritas released shocking images from inside a Texas detention facility, showing illegal immigrants wrapped in space blankets and cramped into tight spaces.

Upon launching the images on our social media platforms, Twitter decided through an “automated tool” to label them “sensitive content”: 

Of course, all Twitter did in the end was CENSOR THE TRUTH.

Breitbart journalist Allum Bokhari reached out to Twitter, asking them why they would label such newsworthy images that way. A Twitter spokesperson responded saying the warning was “incorrectly applied by one of our automated tools and it has since been removed.”

Here is my response to Twitter’s statement:

By the way, I’m still waiting on an answer here, Jack.

This story made headlines in other media outlets as well. Here is what went to print on today’s edition of the New York Post:

The Independent, a British media outlet, also reported on this story:

This isn’t the first time Twitter censored Project Veritas. Unfortunately, I don’t think it will be the last.

My promise to you is that every time they censor the truth, Project Veritas will be there to hold them accountable.

Yours truly,

James Project Veritas
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IF YOU’RE VOTING FOR TRUMP PLEASE DELETE YOUR FACEBOOK AND TWITTER ACCOUNTS TO SHOW THEM WHO’S THE BOSS.

You can save your information and share it later or whatever. You can open another account if that’s your thing, no judgment here. Since they’re probably going to censor anything your posts anyway what’s the point of having it? Facebook and Twitter want to pander to liberals so let’s all withdraw our accounts and let them have some privacy.

If all of @realDonaldTrump supporters and followers delete their accounts Facebook, and Twitter will be bankrupted overnight and isn’t that called poetic justice? #WritingCommunity #WalkAway

They cannot do anything for your social life that you cannot do 10x better if you put your heart into it. I am deleting both of my accounts and I will not be renewing them. #Trump2020

I’ll see you on Parler or in the funny papers. Love is awesome, pass it on.

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The Hill
“The unfortunate vacancy left by the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg must be filled in a timely manner to continue the important role of the judiciary. The Constitution is clear—the president has a solemn duty to make a nomination for the Senate’s consideration. President Trump fulfilled his duty by putting forward Barrett, and now the Senate must do its job,” Chase Martin writes.
 
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Trump Administration Announces Deal With CVS and Walgreens to Administer Coronavirus Vaccine to Seniors in Long-Term Care
CNBC
President Trump just announced “a deal with CVS Health and Walgreens to administer coronavirus vaccines to the elderly and staff in long-term care facilities,” Berkeley Lovelace Jr. writes. “The vaccine will be free and available for residents in all long-term care settings,” including nursing homes and assisted living facilities.
 
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“Since the start of the [Justice Department’s Operation Legend] in July there have been over 5,000 arrests including federal offenses, drug charges, and murder charges,” Kimberly Eade reports. Violent crime spiked across major U.S. cities following riots this summer. “Kansas City has a 40 percent increase of homicides compared to last year. President Donald Trump promised to protect cities that have high rates of violent crimes.”

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DEAR TWITTER, GET ON THESE NUTS.

They paint these walls to stop my pen, but the shithouse phantom strikes again! -Anonymous.

Puritans banned Christmas.

I warned you censors at Twitter about messing with my First Amendment rights and that you cannot keep me off of Twitter or stifle my opinion.

I am calling on all of my followers, and their followers, and their followers too to do the same thing to Twitter that they are doing to us. Boycott them and shut the app off for the next 72 hours and watch the fireworks begin. Call their sponsors and pitch a bitch in their ear about those who support the oppression of opposing viewpoints in public. Twitter can suck my right nut and make the left nut jealous for all they mean to me or to my quality of life in general. Ask yourselves if ou can say the same or not and then shut them down. They want us off the air then by all means let us accommodate them.

Construction of a social media platform does not serve to separate any individual from the Constitution. I don’t know how yet but I will file injunctions until you are shut down permanently and I am seeking any and all who wish to join in a class action lawsuit aimed at shutting your beak permanently.

Any violation of any individuals civil rights is an abomination to every right thinking person. The liberals in the left-wing causes that the owners and handlers of Twitter do support best wake the fuck up and take notice of the trend this sets and realize that they will be the next ones silenced and in the yokes.

Each and every individual in the United States is presumed and duty-bound to know and uphold the law as a condition of citizenship. When the individual does not then there are consequences that are described within those same laws. Since the Twitter corporation wants to assume the rights of an individual then they are bound by law to uphold those rights for every individual or they forfeit them voluntarily, and again, there are consequences.

It’s a crying shame that the ACLU doesn’t have the time to uphold such insignificant things as the right to free speech or I would seek help from them. But after being rebuked by them 3 times while I was being brutalized in the Westchester County jail by a racist guard and a bunch of other cops and inmates paid by cops to beat me, and again by cops in Colorado I have no more use for the ACLU than I have for Twitter.

You would do well to keep it in mind that I don’t need you, Twitter. You need me, and you need the millions of others like me who feel the same way I do about the banning of viewpoints that do not agree with that of the ownership of Twitter. You need those numbers to make those dollar bills that feed the corporation. There are plenty of other places for us to go.

To be perfectly honest with myself Twitter does absolutely nothing to enrich my life other than talking to the people there and I can get that on Fubar, or Parler, or LinkedIn or True Mastery, or Inklyte, or…

Let’s all go somewhere else and leave Twitter to try and be profitable with nothing but a bunch of bots and paid trolls who have nobody left to troll on.

I will see you all on Parler as @CharlesRamos63 #SuQitTwitter.

Signed,

The Management.

TWITTER JUMPS AT 1ST CHANCE TO STRESS TEST NEW EXECUTIVE ORDER BANNING CENSORSHIP

The White House • May 29, 2020

Check out this absurd email Twitter just sent us


Dear 1600 Daily subscribers,
 
We are forwarding you this email that the White House just received from Twitter. It’s so absurd, we just had to share it with you.
 
This morning, the White House Twitter account reposted text from a tweet sent by President Trump. A short time later, Twitter censored the tweet, claiming it violated Twitter Rules about “glorifying violence.”
 
That is completely false. As the President just explained again, his tweet was CONDEMING (sic) violence and pledging federal support to keep Minnesotans safe.
 
The email we just received, presumably sent by a different team within Twitter, admits that the very tweet they are censoring does not violate any Twitter Rules. 
 
Yet the tweet is still censored.
 
Twitter’s own staff just made this much clear: Twitter is a publisher with an editorial viewpoint, NOT a platform.
 
See the email below for yourself:

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