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Social media giants using misfit immigrants for unethical activities?

On hidden camera, Twitter employees have revealed their ...

Unethical activities

Twitter’s Policy Manager for Trust and Safety Olinda Hassan says: “we’re trying to ‘down rank’… shitty people to not show up.” Twitter’s Direct Messaging Engineer Parnay Singh says: “you have like five thousand keywords to describe working-class Whites … the majority of it are for Republicans.”

These and other Twitter folks use technical wizardry and keywords like “American flag” and “cross” to do mass censorship, discriminate against conservatives, enforce one-sided political agendas, and engage in political activism. Imagine ... What would happen if some Bangladeshis working in India used keywords like Indian flag and Hindu temple to do mass censorship? What would happen if they called supporters of a particular political party shitty?

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Hypocrisy: words vs actions

Twitter’s mission in WORDS is “Give everyone the power to create and share ideas and information instantly, without barriers,” but Twitter's ACTIONS are the exact opposite. See a pattern among Leftists? Hypocrisy?

Misfit immigrants

Some of the "brains" behind the unethical work appear to be immigrants who are misfits from both cultural and values standpoints. Based on their activities alone, it is clear that folks like Olinda Hassan, Parnay Singh, and Abhinav Vadrevu do not share Western values or know Western history (they may not even care to). Under the “sanctuary” of the democratic party (for votes), misfit immigrants are only polluting and dividing the country.

Questions

Are these misfits doing crooked things all by themselves? Or are they getting orders from the top?

CEOs of the social media giants must answer. The real American people are waiting.

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