Last week, Twitter was put under the microscope on the Joe Rogan Experience (JRE) podcast as their top executives were forced to face tough questions from independent journalist Tim Pool. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey appeared with his legal counsel Vijaya Gadde to jump into the meat grinder.
The results were embarrassing for Twitter, as they were caught in many lies and contradictions:
Twitter execs said on @joerogan podcast yesterday that they do not read your DMs – last year's Twitter videos show their employees stating the opposite. Comment, @jack? @timcast @vijaya pic.twitter.com/rKRz7XwzJl
— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) March 6, 2019
At one point of the interview, the JRE livestream mysteriously died while Gadde was addressing censorship of conservatives. Investigators at the Clover Chronicle discovered hot mic audio that did not appear on the podcast that can be heard in full here. The transcript is as follows:
Gadde: …Want to follow up on a couple things because they worry me. You mentioned an Antifa account that doxxed policemen. Can you please just send that over to me?
Pool: Uh, [says bit.ly link].
Gadde: [Repeats link] And then, would you DM me the accounts that you said have threatened you?
Pool: No. I believe in minimizing harm and if… so, when Patreon…
Gadde: How about this. I won’t take action on the… but I want to understand why you didn’t take action on them and I can’t learn from that unless you [inaudible].
Pool: So, uh, when Lauren Southern got banned from Patreon, a lot of people were…
Rogan(?): Hold on. Stop! Everybody out of the room! This is streaming and it’s frozen. Something’s wrong.”
Gadde was present during the entirety of the interview to run interference for Dorsey. She has risen to become one of the most influential employees of the corporation. In addition to being legal counsel, she serves as treasurer of Twitter’s political action committee suggesting that her connections to government officials are numerous and influential.
The information on her own Twitter account bolsters that theory.
— Vijaya Gadde (@vijaya) July 22, 2014
A more in-depth look into Gadde’s posts shows that she is clearly a full-fledged feminist operative working consciously to manipulate information in a way to promote the globalist agenda.
She has expressed sympathy for the anti-constitutional, anti-American policies of totalitarian gun control:
If money is the only thing that works with congress, we need $30m to pass gun control laws in America. https://t.co/tepIQOGEiK
— Vijaya Gadde (@vijaya) December 3, 2015
She parroted the ‘Never Trump’ lies of the fake news merchants at the New York Times:
"I’ve never met a national politician in the U.S. who is so ill informed, evasive, puerile and deceptive as Trump." https://t.co/Wv1tXKGWAF
— Vijaya Gadde (@vijaya) March 27, 2016
She also believes in the Russian collusion conspiracy theory and spreads her brand of neo-McCarthyism to her followers:
This is a yet another incoherent policy distraction taking focus away from real problems we are facing – healthcare, immigration & Russia https://t.co/T8XVoCNfc6
— Vijaya Gadde (@vijaya) March 21, 2017
Although George Orwell warned of Big Brother choking our freedoms, it may be Big Sister who ultimately comes to destroy our rights. Gadde and fellow feminists are fully on board with implementing the Orwellian nightmare.
MeWe Goes Big Tech Authoritarian, Opts for Political Censorship
This is no different than a Big Tech platform.
Supposed Big Tech alternative MeWe is opting for the path of political censorship and repression, caving to demands of media leftists to censor right-leaning political content.
MeWe’s administrators confirmed they would close so-called ‘Stop the Steal’ groups and purge their content from its platform earlier this month.
MeWe styles itself as somewhat of a Facebook alternative, advertising user privacy and independence from a data surveillance business model. MeWe’s administrators have taken to signalling against real free speech social media platforms such as Parler and Gab, a thumb in the face of their largely anti-establishment user base, many of whom joined the service to begin with in pursuit of a Facebook alternative that doesn’t censor.
MeWe is NOT an "anything goes" site like Parler or Gab. MeWe's TOS is strict & clear (https://t.co/oJP1JvrxiZ)- haters, lawbreakers, violence inciters etc. are not welcome. We have an outstanding Trust & Safety team that works hard every day to investigate & remove TOS-violators
— MeWe (@mewe) January 10, 2021
An overwhelming majority of Americans who attended ‘Stop the Steal’ protests are peaceful and non-violent, with only a handful getting out of control during the January 6th raucous US Capitol riot. MeWe’s decision to implement political censorship en masse makes it no different than the worst Big Tech authoritarians, except for the deceptive marketing of a free speech social media platform.
In any event, a social media platform that bans arbitrarily defined “haters” is almost assured to have draconian anti-free speech policies. MeWe has opted for the path of a minuscule Big Tech clone in a betrayal of its own user base. Gab offers a wide range of social services without the politically correct censorship, and MeWe’s users should embrace it as the real home of free speech online.
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