Jack Dorsey and his minions are openly admittting that they are now working directly with Indian leaders to censor on Twitter all critics of the government’s mishandling of the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) plandemic.
Article by Ethan Huff from Natural News.
Just like Twitter does here in the United States, the social media platform is pulling down tweets and banning accounts that in any way suggest the Indian government is failing to handle the “crisis” perfectly through the use of Big Pharma injections and other interventions.
The Associated Press (AP), which is hardly trustworthy to begin with, wrote a piece revealing that Twitter complied with the Indian government’s request to delete more than 50 tweets “that appeared to criticize the administration’s handling of the pandemic.”
“The targeted posts include tweets from opposition ministers critical of Modi, journalists and ordinary Indians,” the article added.
In the event that Twitter determines a tweet to be “illegal in a particular jurisdiction,” it claims the right to “withhold access to content” – in this case in “India only.”
“Content that is demonstrably false or misleading and may lead to significant risk of harm (such as increased exposure to the virus, or adverse effects on public health systems) may not be shared on Twitter,” the company says in its official documentation.
“This includes sharing content that may mislead people about the nature of the COVID-19 virus; the efficacy and / or safety of preventative measures, treatments, or other precautions to mitigate or treat the disease; official regulations, restrictions, or exemptions pertaining to health advisories; or the prevalence of the virus or risk of infection or death associated with COVID-19.”
Twitter says it also maintains the right to “label” all tweets that it deems to contain “misleading information about COVID-19” in order to “reduce their spread and provide additional context.”
To learn more about how Big Brother is colluding with Big Tech to silence the truth online, be sure to check out Censorship.news.
Twitter tyranny is costing tens of thousands of people their lives
The fact that some of the information being censored could protect Indians who are suffering under the government’s botched response to the plandemic just goes to show that Twitter is likewise contributing to mass death.
You might even say that Twitter is directly responsible for untold lost lives – lives that could have been saved if only Twitter would allow free speech to flow on its platform.
With the restricted content in India, Twitter is not merely labeling “offensive” tweets. It is actively pulling them at the government’s request, setting a dangerous precedent for selective censorship of politically incorrect information online.
“This is the face of the new censors,” warns Jonathan Turley, writing for Technocracy.news.
“The future in speech control is not in the classic state media model but the alliance of states with corporate giants like Twitter. Twitter now actively engages in what Democratic leaders approvingly call ‘robust content modification’ to control viewpoints and political dissent.”
Twitter also infamously censored former President Donald Trump at the request of Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) and other far-left Democrats who oppose the First Amendment and want to see it abolished once and for all.
“What are both of you prepared to do regarding Donald Trump’s use of your platforms after he stops being president, will be still be deemed newsworthy and will he still be able to use your platforms to spread misinformation?” Hirono sneered at Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey during a hearing on censorship from last year.
It is truly amazing to watch private Big Tech companies take on the government’s censorship pleas with ease. What were once open platforms for sharing ideas have become pathetic “ministries of truth” for the deep state and echo chambers for deranged leftists.
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