Project Veritas Blocked From Twitter After Posting Video of Confrontation with Facebook VP of Censorship

Project Veritas was blocked on Twitter on Thursday after they posted a video of a confrontation between an investigative journalist and Facebook VP of Integrity Guy Rosen.

Veritas journalist Christian Hartsock approached Rosen outside of his home where he asked him about recent comments Rosen made during a Facebook internal meeting about the tech giant’s Orwellian capability to choke off content with the aim of securing certain electoral outcomes.

“We have a system that is able to freeze commenting on threads in cases where our systems are detecting that there may be a thread that has hate speech or violence…these are all things we’ve built over the past three-four years as part of our investments into the integrity space our efforts to protect the election,” Rosen said in the leaked video.

After being approached by the Veritas journalist, Rosen looked alarmed and quickly walked inside of his home.

“How do you define hate speech? Is it just speech that you hate? Are you freezing your own comments now?” Hartsock asked Rosen outside of his home. Rosen refused to respond to the questions.

“The VP of Integrity at Facebook showing how much integrity he really has,” Hartsock added to conclude the video.

The censorship notice sent by Twitter to the official accounts of Project Veritas and the organization’s founder James O’Keefe can be seen here:

Big League Politics has reported on how Project Veritas has been censored by Twitter in the past:

Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe has been censored again by Twitter shortly after releasing a video of a whistleblower attesting to voter irregularities in Pennsylvania. The video can still be accessed on Facebook at the present time.

The video pertains to spoiled ballots being handled in an unlawful manner with their destruction by Pennsylvania elections workers against protocol. Pennsylvania Board of Elections Director Tom Freitag confirmed in the video that the law was not followed.

The video opens with an ominous quote: “During this very important time, those involved in the voter count PA investigation should know that they won’t have all their spoiled ballots to use in their official recount.”

A Project Veritas journalist rummaged through a couple of garbage bags from the Bucks County Board of Elections. They had been thrown into a dumpster and contained pieces of ballots that appeared to be spoiled and discarded against regulations. Freitag ensured that the ballots were authentic, blaming the rule-breaking activity on “ignorance” of the “brand new law.”

“Whoever was the judge of elections didn’t do it correctly,” Freitag said to confirm that the law had not been followed by certain Pennsylvania election workers.

“The poll worker should have not thrown it in the garbage,” he added. Freitag said that these spoiled ballots should have been retained for years and then shredded.

Big Tech is showing that they are at war with the free press. They have emerged as our age’s most pressing existential threat to the Bill of Rights and Constitution.

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