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Twitter Executive Policing Trump Tweets Thinks The President is a Nazi

Now that’s some nice objectivity.

According to Fox News:

Twitter’s “Head of Site Integrity” Yoel Roth boasts on his LinkedIn that he is in charge of “developing and enforcing Twitter’s rules,” like the one that led Twitter to slap a new “misleading” warning label on two of President Trump’s tweets concerning mail-in balloting on Tuesday.

However, Roth’s own barrage of anti-Trump, politically charged tweets seemingly calls into question whether he should be creating guidelines for the president and other Twitter users, especially when Twitter is under fire for its alleged left-wing bias. Commentators have argued that Trump’s tweets on the risks of mail-in voting were not misleading, and the president accused Twitter of seeking to “interfere” in the upcoming election under the guise of a supposedly neutral “fact-checking” policy.

Here are a few of Yoel’s tweets. Who is policing him?

2 thoughts on “Twitter Executive Policing Trump Tweets Thinks The President is a Nazi”

  1. We are getting closer to a watershed year in national politics where the choice will be a true “Manchurian candidate” or a man despised by media for all the wrong reasons. Every critic of President Trump has made the same assumptions as if their talking points were listed in some secret manual and all of these assumptions of wrongdoing or faults are not proven facts.
    When someone like Roth insinuates that the POTUS is a Nazi or racist without any proof, he himself has stepped into the realm of racism and political radicalism. He may feel a heady sense of power to monitor or censure the POTUS by means of his position to do so, but his power is diminished by his lack of credibility.
    OT: sorta
    Previous pieces written by MrK – JoeScarborough/liberal journalists- point out the liberal prejudices of those in the media that allow their mindset to tilt what they write or say about this President. There’s proof everyday of this prejudice, but is it real, the true political position of the journalist or is it the only way to get a job/keep a job in today’s MSM is the question.

  2. Twitter’s exemption from the CDA should be repealed.

    That a site like Gab even exists, is de facto proof that Twitter has reneged on its promise to remain content-neutral.

    And since content neutrality was what it promised in order to secure its CDA exemption, the exemption therefore needs to go.

    Let’s watch @jack be subjected to the Stratton Oakmont rules, and see how many centuries in prison he gets for the behavior of the blue check mafia.

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