January 11, 2018
‘The Most Sinister Threat To Free Speech In History’ – Mention God, Guns, America Or Trump And Twitter Says You Are A Redneck Republican Russian Bot
– Remember The Nazis Censored Viewpoints That Threatened Their Beliefs Also
By Susan Duclos – All News PipeLine
The headlined quote comes from Media Research Center (MRC) President Brent Bozell via a statement released on January 11, 2017 in regards to a new Project Verita’s video and article, where multiple members of Twitter staff describe their practices, how human liberal bias controls the decisions on who gets shadow banned, what items get deleted, and more importantly how those same liberal programmers are teaching their algorithms to treat anyone talking about guns, god, America or President Trump as if they are "rednecks," Republicans, Russians or bots, to be silenced.
MRC President Brent Bozell: "I have been a critic of some of James O’Keefe’s work in the past, so I have the credentials to say the following: What O’Keefe has produced is not just extraordinary but it demands national attention. If social media is the communications vehicle of the future — and it is — then this represents the most sinister threat to free speech in history. That is no exaggeration. The radical left is out to censor the voices of all with whom they disagree. O’Keefe has proven it. Every American needs to watch this — if, of course, Twitter will allow it. Read and watch it here."
O’Keefe has uncovered some amazing things in his American Pravda series, where we saw CNN employees admitting the whole Russia/Trump collusion story they constantly pumped out for the better part of the last year, was nothing more than "bullsh*t" and "about ratings" with one calling it all a "nothingburger," and their revelations on Washington Post and New York Times, were just as devastating, but the direct quotes from Twitter engineers and other employees, completely contradicts Twitter’s "mission statement" which claims "Our mission: To give everyone the power to create and share ideas and information, instantly, without barriers."