TWITTER IS A SCAM-> Verified Users Threaten to Murder, Physically Assault Minor Teens – And Keep Their Accounts as Conservatives Are Banned

Twitter is a complete scam.

The social media platform proved this weekend, without a shadow of a doubt that they do not have a terms of service implemented to curb threats.

Twitter’s ‘rules’ or their ‘terms of service’ is only a front to ban conservatives, not to stop death threats.

We’ve known this to be true all along — now we have proof.

After a selectively edited video of the Covington Catholic teens went viral on Twitter, verified, bluecheck accounts accused the minor teens of mobbing and harassing a Native American activist — the full video of what transpired proved this narrative to be a huge lie.

The Native American activist approached the teens and began drumming in their faces after black racists taunted the boys with racial slurs.

Verified accounts ran with the lie and called for the murder, physical assault and even sexual crimes to be committed against the children.

These calls for violence against children clearly violate Twitter’s ‘Terms of Service,’ however they took no action against the accounts. Every single account is still up.

Kathy Griffin called for the targeted harassment of the students and encouraged her followers to doxx and stalk the minor children.

CNN’s Reza Aslan said the minor teen should be punched in the face.

Twitter has taken no action against these verified bluecheck accounts even though they blatantly violated the terms of service.

In fact, hundreds of people reported ‘House Shoes,’ a Los Angeles-based DJ who called for the Covington Catholic kids to be burned alive and Twitter said in a response that his tweets did not violate the rules.

Conservatives and pro-Trump activists such as Laura Loomer and Alex Jones were permanently banned from Twitter for much less.

Conservatives, Christians and pro-Trump Twitter accounts are also targeted for shadowbanning.

A Twitter engineer even admitted in an undercover video obtained by Project Veritas that Twitter looks for keywords such as “Guns, God and the Cross” when deciding who to shadowban.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey lied to Congress when he said he doesn’t discriminate against conservatives — it is a federal crime to “knowingly and willfully” give “materially” false statements to Congress, even if the person is not under oath, so when will lawmakers finally stand up and do something about this?

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