Pro-Biden Tweets Warning Trump "May Try to Steal the Election" Approved by Senior Twitter Execs

Another installment of Elon Musk’s “Twitter Files” was released Friday evening.

This time, the internal communications surrounding Twitter’s decision to ban Trump from the platform was released.

Trump was banned from Twitter on January 8, 2021.

Journalist Matt Taibbi on Friday dropped part three of the “Twitter Files” which turned out to be Part One of the “Trump files”: October 2020-January 6.

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The Twitter files showed the internal discussions related to tweets questioning mail-in ballots.

The FBI flagged tweets criticizing mail-in ballots.

So Twitter began slapping a “mail-in voting is safe” warning label on Trump’s tweets.

The mail-in ballot label was used to harass Republican Rep. Jodi Hice.

However, according to the internal discussions, there were multiple instances involving pro-Brandon tweets warning Trump “may try to steal the election” that got surfaced, only to be approved by senior Twitter executives.

Even the hashtag “StealOurVotes” – referencing a theory that a combo of Amy Coney Barrett and Trump will steal the election – is approved by Twitter brass, because it’s “understandable” and a “reference to… a US Supreme Court decision.”

Obama’s Attorney General Eric Holder was allowed to criticize the Post Office without being censored because he was bashing Trump.

Part two of the “Trump files” will be released on Saturday and will detail the chaos inside Twitter on January 7th (one day before Trump was banned).

Part three of the “Trump files” will be released on Sunday and will reveal the internal communications from the key date of January 8, Matt Taibbi said.

On Thursday journalist Bari Weiss released new “Twitter Files” revealing secret blacklists of conservatives.

Twitter shadowbanned and blacklisted conservatives according to internal documents.

Twitter files released last week revealed why the social media platform censored the Hunter Brandon laptop story in October 2020.

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