November third is right around the corner and Twitter, Youtube etc., have really turned up the heat. As I mentioned in a previous article, I spoke to thousands of tech workers from Apple, Twitter, Cisco, FB, and Google from December 2016 through April 2017. The December 2016 conversations were very revealing as they told me their managers were calling in sick, “unable” to work because of President Trump’s victory. One of the main messages was they (Silicon Valley) would never let this happen again and there were already plans in motion to make sure President Trump would not be re-elected.
Fast forward to January 2020, the censorship at the social media platforms starting to increase. Tens of thousands of compliance/hate speech workers were brought on with Facebook to monitor users’ ideas, speech, terms, and politics. As discovered in the undercover Project Veritas video, the power to suppress conservative speech had partly been given to the progressives they hired. In one of the videos, they are joking about labeling users posts as terrorism, when the owner of the account is seen with a MAGA hat on.
In the past few weeks, Twitter has been labeling some of President Trump’s tweets as objectionable and there is a possibility they will suspend his account in keeping with their 2016/17 re-election plans.
So will President Trump proactively leave Twitter?
From Western Journal
Trump Expects Twitter Will Ban Him Shortly Before November Election
As the Trump administration ratchets up the pressure on big technology, President Donald Trump said he expects that Twitter will strike back.
Trump sounded off about Twitter in the course of an interview Friday with Ben Domenech, publisher of The Federalist.
That led to Domenech asking the president if he expects Twitter will follow up by placing a ban on his personal Twitter account.
“Yes, I do,” the president replied.
“Some people say I should join Parler,” Trump said. “Maybe. We do have over 194 million followers, though, across multiple sites.” Trump complimented Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, saying he had been far more open and less biased in his treatment. But as for a Twitter ban: “I expect it will hurt them more than they realize.”
It is hard for me to imagine Twitter actually deleting their most popular user, but with those who are suffering from Trump Derangement Syndrome, anything can happen. If President Trump moves over to one or more of their competitors like Parler, Spreely, or MAGABOOK, he will immediately dominate their platforms continuing to reach his target audiences. I for one think he should do all the platforms and leave Twitter on his terms when they are no longer any provide any value for his Presidency.
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