Twitter Announces it Will Meddle in 2022 Midterm Elections

Twitter announced on Thursday that it will be meddling in the 2022 midterm elections.

“Today, we’re announcing steps we’re taking ahead of the US midterms to protect civic conversation on Twitter.” the social media company said.

Twitter said it will censor people (conservatives) who post “false information about the outcome of the election.”

How is Twitter the moral authority on who wins an election?

A dummy sitting at Twitter headquarters decides who wins an election and censors anyone who challenges the outcome?

“The Civic Integrity Policy covers the most common types of harmful misleading information about elections and civic events, such as: claims about how to participate in a civic process like how to vote, misleading content intended to intimidate or dissuade people from participating in the election, and misleading claims intended to undermine public confidence in an election – including false information about the outcome of the election.” – Twitter said.

Twitter also admitted it will shadowban (conservative) content they don’t like.

“Tweets with this content may be labeled with links to credible information or helpful context, and Twitter will not recommend or amplify this content in areas of the product where Twitter makes recommendations. People on Twitter will see a prompt prior to liking or sharing labeled tweets, and in cases where there is potential for harm associated with the false or misleading claim, the Tweet may not be liked or shared to prevent the spread of the misleading information.” the social media company said.

It’s no secret that Twitter censors and shadow-bans conservatives.
The Gateway Pundit has reported on this extensively over the past few years.

A 2019 study at Quillette by Professor Richard Hanania at Columbia University found that Twitter censors conservatives over liberals at a 21 to 1 ratio.

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