Twitter leans left, as Tim Pool already made clear in the segment seen here. Tim Pool also asked Twitter why Twitter banned the Proud Boys but not Antifa? Their answer is rather telling.
So Twitter thought the Proud Boys were listed as extremists by the FBI. When it wasn’t so. Meanwhile Homeland Security flagged Antifa as extremists, and Twitter didn’t know.
Here, a shorter explanation:
Vijaya starter pack:
2. We’re not saying we handled this perfectly
3. We’ll look into that
— Reginald Harper (@harperreginald1) March 6, 2019
In fact it seems Vijaya knew very little about Antifa, she had to ask Tim Pool about them. But Twitter was well aware of the Proud Boys. Even if much of the information on the Proud Boys that Twitter has is… not all true. In fact, Gavin McInnes has separated himself from the Proud Boys, and is now suing the SPLC.
Tim is right, Twitter’s bias is a problem, as censorship, banning and what not seems to flow primarily in one direction, meanwhile Antifa continues on and Twitter seems to shrug their shoulders. They also seem to misunderstand when a tweet is a joke, a parody, or a direct rebuttal to their Twitter rules. The consequences of which go well beyond Twitter.
We’ve got a problem here, no?