New Evidence Shows Twitter Refused to Censor Liberal Conspiracy Theories

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According to new documents reportedly turned over to reporter Matt Taibbi, Twitter authorities opted not to block specific allusions made by certain left personalities to 2020 election conspiracy theories, despite labeling some conservatives’ messages.

Former Attorney General Eric Holder’s Oct. 27, 2020 tweet received a generic warning label after he stated that the Postal Service had been “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 that the label be removed.

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

When media personality Rick Rosner tweeted on Oct. 27, 2020, that then-President Donald Trump and incoming Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett would “attempt to #StealOurVotes,” Roth responded in a message, “Not seeing the breach here?”

The revelations come as Twitter CEO Elon Musk continues to release tranches of documents, known as “the Twitter files,” through a small group of allied journalists.

The files continue to show that before Musk’s takeover, the company actively and consistently pursued policies which favored liberal causes and personalities while actively censoring those favored by conservatives.

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