Democrats lied under oath about social media censorship – so when will culprits like Vijaya Gadde receive their prison sentences?

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(Natural News) The second release of the infamous Twitter documents has dropped, showing that social media censorship is real and that Democrats have been lying about it for years.

The latest batch of documents shows that “content modification” is a routine process on the social media platform. Anything Twitter executives do not personally like to see is “disfavored” and made to be unseen using “visibility filtering” and the implementation of “amplification” limits.

Two executives in particular had tweeted openly about their political leanings: Vijaya Gadde, Twitter’s “head of legal, policy, and trust” and Yoel Roth, Twitter’s “global head of trust & safety.” (Related: Elon Musk recently fired Gadde as part of his takeover purge.)

Here is what Roth tweeted on Nov. 8, 2016, after Donald Trump won the election:

“I’m just saying, we fly over those states that voted for a racist tangerine for a reason.”

On Jan. 22, 2017, after Trump was installed, Roth also tweeted this:

“Yes, that person in the pink hat is clearly a bigger threat to your brand of feminism than ACTUAL NAZIS IN THE WHITE HOUSE.”

Twitter ex-CEO Parag Agrawal was also part of the anti-free speech crew, having been responsible for the “visibility filtering” tool used by the platform’s employees to silence free speech.

Agrawal, as you may recall, infamously stated that he wanted to see Twitter “focus less on thinking about free speech” because “speech is easy on the internet” already and “most people can speak.”


“Where our role is particularly emphasized is who can be heard,” Agrawal stated, admitting that Twitter picks and chooses who gets a voice on its platform based on their political leanings.

It’s not enough to just fire these people: they must be prosecuted

Everything from the so-called “Women’s March” to former President Trump himself, as well as all skepticism about “covid” and “climate change,” has been banned on Twitter for several years now thanks to Agrawal, Roth, Gadde, and others who steered the platform away from the First Amendment.

Another account targeted by Twitter is Stanford University professor Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, whose account was secretly placed on a “Trends Blacklist” because he spoke out against covid lockdowns and the harm they cause to human health, including that of children.

“It’s a telling list because it reflects an acknowledgment that such tweets would trend with users if the company didn’t suppress them,” wrote Jonathan Turley for the New York Post about this secret list.

For years, Turley has been drawing attention to what he calls the “shadow state.” Since the government cannot get away with openly censoring people due to that pesky First Amendment, it has corporations like Twitter do it instead, which is exactly what has been happening.

The globalists seek to maintain full control over every critical narrative. And since social media has become the new “public square,” the number-one focus of censorship seems to be on platforms like Twitter and YouTube where billions of people congregate to “talk.”

The hope is that the likes of Agrawal, Roth, and Gadde will not just be fired from their jobs but also prosecuted for colluding with the government to silence the voices of people whose beliefs differ from that of the ruling regime.

Keep in mind that Gadde in 2018 lied under oath, claiming that “we do not shadow ban.”

“And we certainly don’t shadow ban based on political viewpoints or ideology,” Gadde added.

These were bald-faced lies, we now know, and Gadde deserves justice. So do all other Twitter executives who conspired to turn the social media platform into a left-wing echo chamber for extremism and all kinds of evil.

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