Bombshell Undercover Video: Twitter Engineers Admit Censoring Conservatives

pennine: Am un-surprised to learn this, many times i have trouble at  the Twitter place, and things just freezing up & my computer crashing. I have definitely been shadow-banned, that’s for sure.  Maybe it’s my own settings, i don’t know. I’d not particularly call myself Conservative,  more an Independent,Libertarian free to praise or disagree with what politicians do on our behalf. However I’m hardly a Leftist either,’ been there, bought the tee-shirt & took it back in disgust,’  you might say.

                     In politics, if all sides aren’t allowed equal airing, then all we have is a one sided diktat or tyranny. Twitter & the like- ( i can’t be bothered with F’ Book, watching in on all my personal business, it would be boring to them anyway, but of course it might be interested if i was saying anything from the anti-leftist angle, and getting involved in deleting or reporting me to the Thought-Police)- are only reflecting the sinister take over of a   deep-state  political mischief. I’d  much prefer to visit Gab. There’s stuff posted there i may be in disagreement with,(just as my own forwards and comment is open to disagreement too)  but permitting every one a free say is far more healthier than the gagging orders the other Leftist Establishment friendly  places  are operating  nowadays.

Courtesy of Paul Joseph Watson & DC Clothesline

Bombshell Undercover Video: Twitter Engineers Admit Censoring Conservatives

companies like Twitter, Facebook and Google have basically become monopolies. Facebook:



Uses keywords like “America” and “Trump” to silence opposing views


In what represents a chokeslam of an exposé, Project Veritas has released undercover video of Twitter engineers admitting that they deliberately censor conservative opinions and are implementing a way of relegating “shitty people” so their content is shadow banned.

In the video, current and former Twitter employees confirm virtually everything that conservatives have long suspected about the left-wing company silencing people on the right.

Key quotes include;

Olinda Hassan, Policy Manager for Twitter Trust and Safety, admits that Twitter is implementing software algorithms that down rank conservatives so “shitty people to not show up” on people’s timelines.

“The idea of a shadow ban is that you ban someone but they don’t know they’ve been banned, because they keep posting and no one sees their content,” says former Twitter software engineer Abhinov Vadrevu. “So they just think that no one is engaging with their content, when in reality, no one is seeing it.”

Parnay Singh, Twitter Direct Messaging Engineer, reveals that the company’s machine learning algorithms are programmed with “five thousand keywords to describe a redneck,” which include words like Trump, America, as well as images of the U.S. flag, guns and Christian crosses and these terms are used to delete “bot” accounts as well as down rank conservatives.


Singh also revealed that the U.S. government routinely pressures Twitter to take down Julian Assange’s account and that this is the reason he isn’t verified Singh also says that governments ask Twitter to remove accounts belonging to other public figures because they don’t like their political views.


Former Twitter Content Review Agent Mo Norai admits that Twitter employees have the power to ban accounts if they merely disagree with someone’s political views, remarking, “Yeah, if they said this is: ‘Pro-Trump’ I don’t want it because it offends me, this, that. And I say I banned this whole thing, and it goes over here and they are like, ‘Oh you know what? I don’t like it too. You know what? Mo’s right, let’s go, let’s carry on, what’s next?”

The video represents the biggest tech/censorship story in years yet will attract little or no mainstream media coverage.

However, it will lead to an increase in calls from the right for Twitter to be regulated as a public utility to ensure that free speech rights are protected given how social media companies like Twitter, Facebook and Google have basically become monopolies.


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