Watch: Twitter Insider Blows Dorsey's Cover, Leaked Video Shows Twitter's Long-Term Plans
Video leaked to Project Veritas from one of Twitter's employees shows CEO Jack Dorsey explaining that the censorship will continue and beyond the current policy. Dorsey spoke specifically about the banning of President Trump from the social platform but said in the coming weeks they will extend their enforcement to include others.
"You should always feel free to express yourself in whatever format manifestation feels right," Dorsey said in the clip.
Dorsey told staffers during a virtual meeting that the company will "full retro" that will "take some time," but drew focus to the platform's former most high-profile account.
"We know we are focused on one account right now, but this is going to be much bigger than just one account, and it’s going to go on for much longer than just this day, this week, and the next few weeks, and go on beyond the inauguration," Dorsey said. "So, the focus is certainly on this account and how it ties to real-world violence. But also, we need to think much longer-term around how these dynamics play out over time. I don't believe this is going away anytime soon."
Dorsey noted that Twitter had recently taken action against a supposed Qanon conspiracy theorist as part of the same purge, explain that it is part of a "much broader approach that we should be looking at and going deeper on."
"You know, the U.S. is extremely divided. Our platform is showing that every single day," Dorsey later said. "And our role is to protect the integrity of that conversation and do what we can to make sure that no one is being harmed based off that. And that is our focus."
“We are focused on one account [@realDonaldTrump] right now but this is going to be MUCH BIGGER than just one account & it’s going to go on for much longer..."#ExposeTwitter pic.twitter.com/QhyyUTHlM9
— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) January 14, 2021
More To Come From Project Veritas?
During an interview with Fox News Thursday, Project Veritas founder James O'Keefe teased that more leaks from Twitter may come, saying "we've had over a dozen people reach out to us this week with video evidence inside Twitter."
"Stay tuned," O'Keefe told viewers. "They may be private companies, but they have more power than all three branches of government."
Dorsey said in a series of tweets on last Wednesday that permanently suspending President Donald Trump from the platform "sets a precedent I feel is dangerous: the power an individual or corporation has over a part of the global public conversation."
Dorsey called the ban "a failure of ours ultimately to promote healthy conversation," adding: "Having to take these actions fragment the public conversation. They divide us."
Dorsey described the decision to bar Trump as forced because of the effect of Trump's words. "Offline harm as a result of online speech is demonstrably real, and what drives our policy and enforcement above all," he said, adding, "I believe this was the right decision for Twitter."
Ultimately, Dorsey is perpetuating the left's narrative that Trump purposefully incited the raid on the Capitol that took place on January 6th. Though, the President condemned violence on their platform urging participants to leave the Capitol. A fact that the mainstream media, Democrats, and now, even big tech are trying to ignore.
Note From The Writer:
The left missed a major opportunity to close the divide, in my opinion. While they might be harping on unity at this time, every action they have taken has furthered the gap. Instead of condemning all Conservatives and lumping them together with participants of the raid, they should have joined Conservatives in their outrage of the violence that took place that day.
At the end of the day, the right is still the party of 'law and order', and while January 6th is somewhat understandable, good patriots condemn unnecessary violence- especially against law enforcement and member of the military.
That is where Democrats could have joined in, instead of tying the entire party and supporters to the events of one day and the action of the few.