Twitter Deletes 10,000 Accounts for ‘Discouraging Voting’ Ahead of Midterms
The purpose was supposedly at the behest of the Democratic party,
Twitter has followed suit with the recent Facebook purge taking it upon themselves to banning 10,000 accounts that “discouraged people from voting" ahead of the midterms.
Twitter, recently failed to demote the appalling #KillKavanaugh hashtag, took action on accounts deemed to be having an effect on the midterms.
“We took action on relevant accounts and activity on Twitter,” a Twitter spokesman told Reuters.
Though the accounts were “automated,” Twitter didn't clarify what ones were deleted.
The purpose was supposedly at the behest of the Democratic party, who claimed accounts “wrongly appeared to be from Democrats.”
“Twitter removed more than 10,000 accounts, according to three sources familiar with the Democrats’ effort,” the report said.
“The number is modest, considering that Twitter has previously deleted millions of accounts it determined were responsible for spreading misinformation in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.”
According to BLP: The leftists in Silicon Valley are now actively deciding what information is accurate, and allowing or disallowing that information to be shared based on their subjective reasoning.
That is a recipe for disaster.
According to the report, some of the Tweets “discouraged Democratic men from voting, saying that would drown out the voice of women, according to two of the sources familiar with the flagging operation.”
Such messages do not necessarily spam, considering the Democratic party has gone bonkers with identity politics.
Just yesterday, a prominent Democrat called for straight, white males to be banned from voting completely.
Based on their track record, it is completely within the realm of possibility that far-left crazies would seriously discourage certain demographics from voting.
Meanwhile, Twitter has suspended the accounts of prominent journalists who have exposed the misdeeds of Democrats, like Laura Loomer.
Loomer confronted Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) several times about documented accusations of domestic violence, causing him to drop in the polls.
Her account was suspended through election day without explanation.