Authorities At Twitter Allowed Liberals To Spread Election Conspiracy Theories During 2020, Bombshell Docs Show

( Exclusive) – New documentation has revealed even more shocking hypocrisy from the radical left minions who formerly worked at Twitter before billionaire CEO Elon Musk purchased the company and cleaned house, as it turns out authorities at the social media company decided not to suppress particular references made by some liberal public figures concerning 2020 election conspiracy theories, despite marking some tweets from folks on the right with labels, journalist Matt Taibbi revealed last Friday.

According to the Daily Caller’s Trevor Schakohl, “An Oct. 27, 2020 tweet by former Attorney General Eric Holder received a generic warning label when he stated that the Postal Service was ‘deliberately crippled’ and called for everyone to vote in person due to Supreme Court rulings, but former Twitter Head of Trust and Safety Yoel Roth successfully requested the label’s removal, arguing that ‘everything in it is factually accurate,’ Taibbi showed in a Twitter thread. The tweet was seemingly in reference to a Supreme Court decision issued that day not allowing Wisconsin election authorities to count absentee ballots received six days after Election Day.”

Schakohl continued, “Some Democrats spread unproven conspiracy theories that the Trump administration tampered with Postal Service collection boxes to suppress votes, after then-President Donald Trump had appeared to suggest on Aug. 13, 2020 that he would veto a bill providing U.S. Postal Service funding to stop it from supporting mail-in ballot use, before contradicting that idea hours later and continuing to voice skepticism toward universal mail-in voting.”

Roth also said in a message that he was “Not seeing the violation here?” when Rick Rosner, a media personality, posted a tweet on Oct. 27, 2020 that remarked then-President Donald Trump and new Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett would “try to #StealOurVotes,” Taibbi revealed from the internal documents he received.

Patrick Conlon, also a Twitter executive, made a case against labeling the tweet, stating that he thought it referenced a “Supreme Court decision on processing mail-in ballots that arrive after Election Day.”

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“The Supreme Court on Oct. 19, 2020 declined to stop Pennsylvania from counting Election Day-postmarked mail-in ballots that would arrive at their destinations during the subsequent three days, with the votes split at 4-4. The Senate had not yet confirmed Barrett when that vote took place, and Barrett immediately faced a motion to recuse herself from voting on a challenge in the post-Election Day ballot delivery case,” Schakohl wrote.

But staff at Twitter were fast as lightning when it came to attaching labels to tweets that were published by conservatives and Republican officials.

For example, Twitter applied what they referred to as a “Stay informed” label to GOP Rep. Jody Hice’s tweet which made the claim that mailed ballots were “more prone to fraud than in-person voting,” going on to declare “Say NO to Big Tech censorship,” Taibbi noted, pointing out how the company smacked a restriction label on a tweet from former President Donald Trump that warned of “discrepancies” and “big problems” with mail-in voting.

“I think going too far down the rabbit hole of labeling critical speech (e.i. critical of our handling in this case) is dangerous,” Roth went on to say in private messages that Taibbi disclosed, indicating that he leaned towards applying a ‘soft intervention’ to Hice’s post. “It becomes a self-reinforcing ‘wah wah censorship’ cycle.”

“Twitter staff also used a ‘Learn how voting by mail is safe and secure’ label on an FBI-reported Oct. 26, 2020 tweet by Republican former Tippecanoe County, Indiana Councilor John Basham stating, ‘Between 2% and 25% of Ballots by Mail are Being Rejected for Errors,’ based on Taibbi’s disclosure. The FBI also reported a tweet related to the ‘shredding’ of mail-in ballots, which a Twitter staff member said a PolitiFact article had ‘proven to be false,’” Schakohl stated in his piece.

“Twitter dispatched ‘a vast range of visible and invisible tools to rein in Trump’s engagement’ prior to Jan. 6, 2021, Taibbi reported. The platform applied many automatic moderation rules, or ‘bots,’ that were linked to the former president’s account by that day, he said,” the report continued.

“I guess I wouldn’t have minded Twitter adding a warning to my tweet stating that ‘#StealOurVotes is a prediction, not established fact,’” Rosner commented in a statement to the DCNF. “A little weird, but fine. The Twitter staff’s discussion regarding my tweet implies that I was thinking about a future scenario in which SCOTUS throws out mail-in ballots that arrived after Election Day. My thinking wasn’t that specific. I simply wanted large numbers of people to vote and to get their ballots in on time, so that margins of victory would be large enough to not potentially be overturned by arbitrary court decisions.”

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