Twitter Files reveal internal conversations after Trump was banned
Independent journalist Matt Tabibi in a series of tweets has revealed the story of what happened between riots at the Capitol on January 6th, and the removal of President Donald Trump from Twitter on January 8th.
Internal communications between Twitter executives have leaked revealing how the staffers interfered with the US election before ‘deplatforming’ Donald President. Independent journalist Matt Tabibi in a series of tweets has revealed “the story of what happened between riots at the Capitol on January 6th, and the removal of President Donald Trump from Twitter on January 8th". In the Twitter thread, he shows the erosion of standards within Twitter before January 6 (written as J6 from hereon), decisions by high-ranking executives to violate their own policies, and more.
“There was at least some tension between Safety Operations – a larger department whose staffers used a more rules-based process for addressing issues like porn, scams, and threats – and a smaller, more powerful cadre of senior policy execs like Roth and Gadde" read one of the tweets. The second group, on the other hand, consisted of a high-speed Supreme Court of moderation, “issuing content rulings on the fly, often in minutes and based on guesses, gut calls, even Google searches, even in cases involving the President."
Tabibi goes on to state how Roth’s Slacks indicate that he was in continuous touch with the federal law enforcements through his weekly confabs and separate meetings.
In his tweets, Tabibi mentions how ‘Twitter execs started processing new power’ and prepared to ban future presidents and White Houses – perhaps even Joe Biden.
In November this year, Elon Musk reinstated Donald Trump after taking charge of Twitter.
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