Investigate Twitter

Elon Musk’s first job at Twitter should be to investigate what has been going on there since 2016 and expose all the ways the website has been rigged and censored to force woke progressivism down the throats of the public.

This all needs to come out before the midterms because what has happened at Twitter is only one example of the censorship going on elsewhere. Zuckerberg, Sundar Pichai, Jack Dorsey and YouTube’s CEO Susan Wojcicki have all repeatedly testified under oath before Congress about this.

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  1. Hard to predict what will happen because of this. The only given is that the system will wage total war against twitter and probably against Musk himself. Even if Musk doesn’t end up changing much about the moderation policies, twitter will still be targeted. Similar to how they went so hard against Trump even though his admin was standard GOP policy for the most part. Just the fact that he is unpredictable and doesn’t show sufficient reverence for Our Values (that were all invented by academia last Thursday) is enough to put the system on alert.

    • Some think Musk is the latest establishment front-man, a new ‘Trump’, deployed to win over a populist-right following

      – Musk is a Klaus Schwab WEF Young Global Leader along with much of globalist leadership
      – Musk is one of those ‘trans-humanists’ who has been torturing and killing animals with weird brain-implant experiments
      – Musk’s rise to power and wealth seems artificially paved, as if he was groomed for a role, his failures and disasters soft-pedalled … see Miles Mathis’ 2015 ‘I Don’t Believe in Elon Musk’ for a really funny version of this
      – Musk has a strangely large amount of time to shitepost, for someone supposedly running multiple challenging companies all at once

      On the other hand, Musk’s Twitter foray seems to have been answered by suddenly-announced Justice Dept etc ‘investigations’ … something that also hit previous richest-billionaires Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, when they stepped out of line (the ‘investigations’ folded once they backed off)

      There’s a new documentary coming out on people dying in Teslas too

      And the EU just warned Musk not to have too much free speech on his Twitter, or Twitter could be heavily fined / banned in euro-cuckland LOL

      • Via a tweet sent in the context of his takeover of Twitter, Musk said he wanted to ‘authenticate all real humans’ — link

        In light of that, people ought consider thisAnonymity is the only weapon agains the overton window. Anyone who is against it is against genuine discussion & is either naive or seditious. Nobody can voice concerns against golden calfs when the regime points a gun the livelihood of your family and asks what you think.

      • Well the stuff is full of Lithium which is in the same alkali metal group as Sodium and Potassium. Have you ever seen people do chemistry demonstrations with Sodium? The stuff burns furiously.

  2. I believe he will allow some derogatory speech but not unlimited. I can see him censoring people if you mention jews, blacks and other protected groups. I’m sure the ADL and other jewish groups will be monitoring Twitter to keep the goys in line

    • I had written off Twitter and it can’t get any worse than under its current management. I wasted far too much time there.

      • I won’t be making any new accounts. If any of my old ones get restored (highly doubt) I will consider posting again but not like before.

    • Hmmmm…. I might have to do a Holocaust thread just for kicks. 9/11 is another rich topic. I always assumed it was Jews but no planes or hijackers? It really boggles the senses after watching the CGI images over and over on TV.

      • The first tower was struck by a drone, which was overlaid with the CGI image of a commercial airliner for the television viewing public.

        The second tower wasn’t hit by any aircraft, that was explosives and a CGI image of a commercial airliner.

        WT7 was hit wasn’t hit by any aircraft either, that was just explosives, without any CGI images, which is why it was years before most of us even knew a third skyscraper came down in the WTC complex that day. Even as dumbed down as America is, tptb weren’t going to broadcast that one.

        btw I have no more faith in Elon Musk than I do in the ability of the American public to discern the obvious. And it should be obvious to anyone that an airplane can’t fly through a steel framed building without slowing down, just as much as Elon Musk didn’t get where he’s at by being an outsider, or caring about free speech.

        • I think that it what happened minus a possible energy weapon. Missing mass and lots of dust etc. I’m new to this actually. Believed most of the narrative until recently. The FAA saying “flight 93 fell into an abandoned mine shaft therefore no black boxes (or even a single aircraft part) could be recovered” should have been a warning flag even for normies that don’t think our government intends to kill us.

          • Congratulations on the change in point of view, it’s not an easy thing to do. Most I know seem incapable of it anyway.

            I’d like to recommend the youtube videos on 9/11 by Jonathan Cole, PE. I think you’d like the one on thermite at the least.

  3. >Investigate Twitter

    Sounds like something Blumpf would say: ‘Situation monitoring intensifies!’

    There is no need to ‘investigate Twitter’, which has pretty clearly been in violation of §230(c)(2) of the Communications Decency Act for some time:

    47 U.S. Code § 230 – Protection for private blocking and screening of offensive material

    (c)Protection for “Good Samaritan” blocking and screening of offensive material(2)Civil liability — No provider or user of an interactive computer service shall be held liable on account of (A) any action voluntarily taken in good faith to restrict access to or availability of material that the provider or user considers to be obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy, excessively violent, harassing, or otherwise objectionable, whether or not such material is constitutionally protected; …

    One can argue about the exact meaning of terms like ‘harassing’ and ‘or otherwise objectionable’, but obviously Twitter has been forbidding forms of expression that can in no way be characterized as ‘obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy’, or ‘excessively violent’, while at the same time so broadly interpreting ‘harassing, or otherwise objectionable’ so as to be in violation of at least the spirit of §230(c)(2), since the kinds of expression banned by Twitter would not be deemed ‘harassing, or otherwise objectionable’ by any reasonable community standard, especially considering what is generally taken to be ‘constitutionally protected’ speech.

    Hence Twitter has forfeited its liability protection and can (and should) be sued for banning ‘constitutionally protected’ forms of speech — in any case, such a lawsuit should be filed and pursued, if for no other reason than to set some precedent regarding a definition of ‘harassing, or otherwise objectionable’ that is compatible with ‘constitutionally protected’ — in fact, the Trump administration should have done this after the 2016 election.

  4. Ultimately twitter remains in the hands of the CIA/State Department as do all the big tech giants. The illusion is that these are just private businesses doing their own thing when in fact they are apparatuses of state power.

    Personally I’d prefer Twitter to remain a libtard echo chamber, that way it loses all credibility. With ‘free speech’ and the magatards back online the false dichotomy of left vs right can get going again.

  5. Twitter has been investigated, they formed a partnership Soliya with the SAAR Network of al-Qaeda. Ask some of the people around Gamergate, they dug into this years ago.

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