Project Veritas: Twitter Bans Users Under Pressure From Their Foreign Governments


Today is Wednesday, and that means it’s another opportunity to watch an undercover video from James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas which reveals Twitter’s nefarious practice of banning its users under pressure from their foreign governments. Obviously, what we’re dealing with here are political dissidents in countries like China.

In the video below, you’ll see and hear a former senior software engineer, Conrado Miranda respectively, admitting that Twitter routinely bans its users due to pressure from the Chinese government.

The former Twitter engineer shockingly says that Twitter fears the Chinese government will hack its servers if they fail to comply with their requests to ban users.

Twitter is blocked in China, though it’s free to use in Taiwan and Hong Kong. Now, judging from their names, it appears that most of Twitter’s IT staff comes from countries which can be described as totalitarian (they don’t have a culture of personal liberty, individual rights, free speech, they don’t regard privacy as an inalienable right and so forth and so on), and it seems they are happy to act as enforcers against Americans’ free speech, especially the ones viewed as “deplorables”.

And that happens when  tech companies go to India&comp for cheaper labor. I guess you get what you pay for. They don’t have clue about the Constitution. Watch these idiots at Twitter crash and burn.

Here’s the video courtesy of veritasvisuals: