Posted originally on the CTH on December 11, 2022 | Sundance
The fourth installment of the Twitter Files release dropped yesterday evening as presented by Michael Shellenberger [SEE HERE]. Overall, the Shellenberger angle covers the conversation within Twitter to block the communication and information from President Donald Trump.
Essentially, the executive filtration team in control of Twitter content was looking for ways to stop Donald Trump from using the platform and they modified all existing rules and moderation guidelines to target and censor President Trump.
One of the ways they justified their action was to infer motive for any content that President Trump provided through his Twitter account. “Ultimately on January 8, 2021, Twitter says its ban is based on “specifically how [Trump’s tweets] are being received & interpreted.”” The Twitter executives decided to reach their end goal of shutting down Trump’s voice, the way his message could be interpreted was their best justification.
Twitter File #4 walks through the internal conversation at Twitter in early January 2021, but again heavily redacts the specifics of who was participating in many of the conversations. Also missing is any contact by government officials or representatives of the Biden team as the transition period was ongoing. Given the nature of the previous contacts from the Biden campaign, the absence of communication from the transition period in Twitter File #4 release is stark.
Three other interesting Twitter developments below.
♦ Additional scrutiny is finally beginning to surface toward the DHS/FBI network that is running in the background of Twitter. It is critical to remind ourselves that DHS Twitter is still the current Twitter as it is being witnessed and these files released.
Twitter user “NameRedacted,” a familiar account that has gone through many modifications since it was originally created and then banned from the platform, went through the public profiles of the Twitter officers currently on staff and started identifying all of the FBI officials that remain employed. The list is rather extensive [SEE HERE].
People are starting to ask questions about why so many officials from the U.S. intelligence community were hired by Twitter. Perhaps the Potemkin Village, the face of Twitter, may soon drop as people realize what Jack’s Magic Coffee Shop was really all about. As the smart question is asked, “Why, after Trump was elected, did Twitter hire over a dozen ex FBI/CIA agents and place them in Senior Management roles?”
The current DHS involvement in Twitter surfaces with the thread created by NameRedacted being suppressed by the same algorithmic tools and control flags described within the previous Twitter file release. People running Twitter right now do not want the public presentation of what those ‘former‘ FBI officials are doing, and who they are.
♦ Twitter Head of Information and Safety, Yoel Roth, essentially the fulcrum of what content would be permitted on the platform or not, is now getting additional scrutiny not for his moderation decisions but for his personal sexual outlooks and the previous refusal of Twitter to remove explicitly sexual content around children.
After reviewing his dissertation at the University of Pennsylvania on gay sex, pornography and the social media app Grindr [SEE HERE] people are looking at the sexualized content of the Twitter platform differently. Did Yoel Roth allow child porn and other content as an outcome of his own deviancy? Many objective researchers are coming to the conclusion the answer was yes. Even Elon Musk seems to think the lack of urgency toward removing sexual content that targets minors was related to Yoel Roth.
Obviously, there is something profoundly troubling about the head of Twitter content and his sexual outlooks toward minors.
There is a particular creepy and weird fascination that triggers multiple “groomer” alarms, and simultaneously explains why any content that exposed the sexual indoctrination of children [LibsOfTikTok] was viewed differently. Accounts that exposed sexualization and grooming of children in a sexploitative way, were removed. Accounts that promoted the sexualization and grooming of children were allowed to remain on the platform. The ideology of Yoel Roth seems to have played a significant role.
♦ Lastly, it appears Mr. Elon Musk is also going to release the internal Twitter content surrounding COVID-19 and the well-publicized censorship efforts on the platform. It will be very interesting to see if there is any release of information from HHS and CDC contact to Twitter officials.
We know those contacts must have been expansive, including the targeting and removal requests from the Biden administration toward content. However, so far, the people releasing the material from Twitter have withheld the names, details, methods of communication and any information that would identify the government officials on the other side of the portal. [Musk Tweet]