Dorsey caught on tape admitting that Twitter was long “focused” on banning Trump and supporters

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(Natural News) When it comes to Twitter’s long-term censorship agenda, axing the account of President Donald Trump, along with those of many of his supporters, was only just the beginning.

In order to bridge the political and social divide in the United States, Twitter’s plan is to “cancel” all conservatives who draw attention to election fraud, for instance. Only accounts that accept Joe Biden as “president” will be allowed, as this will promote “unity.”

Back in the summer, Twitter unleashed the “fact checkers” to provide damage control against “offensive” Trump tweets that were revealing too much truth for public consumption.

For months, Twitter had routinely affixed exclamation point “warnings” about Trump’s tweets, citing them as “false” or “misinformation.” After the false flag “siege” at the U.S. Capitol, however, Twitter axed Trump’s account entirely.

Since that time, Twitter has pulled the accounts of tens of thousands of other people who support Trump, or who are not okay with the fraudulent 2020 election. Only Twitter-approved speech is allowed from now on, and anything that questions the official narrative will be in violation of Twitter’s “terms of service.”

“We are focused on one account [@realDonaldTrump] right now, but this is going to be much bigger than just one account, and it’s going to go on for much longer than just this day, this week, and the next few months, and go on beyond the inauguration,” Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey was caught revealing during a now-leaked call.


“So, the focus is certainly on this account [@realDonaldTrump] and how it ties to real world violence,” Dorsey added. “But also, we need to think much longer term around how these dynamics play out over time. I don’t believe this is going away anytime soon.”

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Another interesting admission by Dorsey during the leaked call has to do with the division in this county, which Dorsey says is “showing” on the Twitter platform “every single day.”

Twitter users, which tend to be far-left and very low IQ, have been railing against the truth for years. They dwell on Twitter because the platform welcomes them with open arms and encourages them to radicalize, often violently.

All throughout the summer, for instance, Twitter was a haven for Black Lives Matter (BLM) and Antifa terrorists who plotted the next place to loot. They would routinely upload incriminating video footage of themselves burning buildings to the ground and terrorizing people, all with Twitter’s blessing.

Talking about election fraud, though, is not allowed on Twitter, which has created its own system of division concerning free speech and the First Amendment.

If you believe that white people are evil and America needs to be burned to the ground to end “systemic racism,” this is acceptable under Twitter’s terms of service. However, if you believe that free and fair elections are important, then you are in violation of Twitter’s terms of service and will be quickly banned.

“There you have it, Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter, recorded by one of his own employees, an insider whistleblower at Twitter, recorded saying this is going to be much bigger than just one account,” stated James O’Keefe, head of Project Veritas, in a statement.

“They may be private companies, but they have more power than all three branches of government,” he added.

Meanwhile, Dorsey tweeted to his own personal account that his decision to ban President Trump is not a cause to “celebrate or feel pride.”

“… we made a decision with the best information we had based on threats to physical safety both on and off Twitter,” Dorsey added.

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