01/14/2018 / By Ethan Huff
Is social media megalith Twitter readying to hand over the private conversations of President Trump on the platform to federal investigators as part of a malevolent conspiracy to unseat him? New undercover video footage released by Project Veritas founder, James O’Keefe, seems to suggest so.
In a recent tweet, O’Keefe shared part of a damning conversation that he recently had with Clay Haynes, a senior network security engineer at Twitter. Haynes basically admitted to the disguised truth-seeker that there’s a dark agenda afoot at Twitter to take down the president, part of which involves illicitly sharing his personal information with the Department of Justice (DOJ).
In explaining how Twitter plans to handle the potential release of the president’s private account information, Haynes told O’Keefe that the Bay Area-based social media network is “more than happy to help the DOJ with their little investigation.”
When asked what portions of Mr. Trump’s account might be shared with the government, Haynes added:
“Basically, giving them every single tweet that he’s posted. Even the ones he’s deleted, any direct messages, any mentions …”
In revealing his personal stance on the matter, Haynes wasn’t shy in declaring that he’s a “bleeding-heart liberal” who doesn’t like President Trump. Haynes also admitted that he believes the president to be “a terrible human being,” adding that he is eager to “get rid of him.”
“He’s dangerous,” Haynes is heard stating in the video clip, which you can watch at this link.
Haynes’ personal views on the matter are disturbing enough all on their own. But he further admitted in the undercover video footage that the Twitter corporation itself, which claims to be “neutral,” leans heavily to the left – which also means that it selectively implements its user policies to stifle the free speech of those who lean more to the right.
In explaining his anti-Trump views, Haynes stated in no uncertain terms that holding such beliefs “comes with the territory” when working for Twitter. In other words, presumably everyone who gets hired there enters the conversation with a Trump-hating bias that ends up translating as selective censorship.
As some segments of whiny liberalism are calling for President Trump’s Twitter account to be suspended or removed for allegedly violating the site’s terms of service, these same individuals remain silent about Twitter’s tolerance of accounts that openly call for the president to be assassinated. It’s a double standard that’s endemic at Twitter, though the company has emphasized that the president’s user account will remain active.
It’s dangerous territory for Twitter to be tolerating the user accounts of potential terrorists who want to see the president dead, while its employees tacitly admit undercover that they basically hope for the same. This makes Twitter complicit in an evil conspiracy to undermine the nation’s lawfully elected president.
Some members of Congress are apparently in agreement, including Representative Jackie Speier, a Democrat from California. While speaking to CNN‘s Wolf Blitzer, Rep. Speier expressed her support for a totalitarian censorship approach in addressing the Trump presidency. Allowing the president to remain on Twitter, she stated, makes the country “less safe,” and she would like to see him silenced.
“This should send out a huge red flag to every American, because what we now have is someone who is acting as the president, he’s a reality president, who watches Fox News, and based on what he hears there, he tweets,” Rep. Speier rambled in frustrated hysteria on the fake news network.
“I think his Twitter account should be shut down, and he should listen to the experts who he is surrounded by who have really important information to share with him.”
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