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WATCH: Twitter Employees Confirm Censorship of Conservatives. MILO Breaks It All Down

Thanks to James O’Keefe and Project Veritas, we now have evidence of what has been long suspected: that Twitter uses arbitrary rules of censorship that disproportionally target conservative and libertarian voices. 

Coming on the heels of leaked videos this week in which, so far, eight senior level Twitter employees were caught on hidden camera discussing these policies, MILO announced he’s joining fellow axed tweeter Roger Stone in an anti-trust lawsuit against the tech giant. 

What is ‘shadowbanning,’ and is it real?

And what are these “unwritten rules” that senior Twitter employees are talking about?

Listen to MILO discuss this and more on today’s complimentary episode of THE MILO SHOW. 

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  1. Scott S.

    January 12, 2018 at 11:11 am

    >When the source worked for Twitter, he says employees snarkily estimated the backlash over banning someone controversial in “units of Milo,” which referred to an individual’s number of followers, their media reach, and their ability to respond to a ban with negative headlines and backlash from members of the public.

    >“It’s like, ‘He’s two Milos, so we can’t ban him!’ or ‘He’s half a Milo, so we can!”

    Wow.

    >According to the source, Twitter is almost entirely dependent on the goodwill of celebrities and public figures, who are seen as the number-one factor drawing users onto their platform. Getting re-tweeted by a celebrity is seen by Twitter as “the modern autograph.” Thus, confirms the source, the real reason for the suspension of figures like Milo, Roger Stone, and the satirist Godfrey Elfwick is because they offended a celebrity or high-profile mainstream figure.

    >From a business standpoint, celebrities drive sign-ups, and the site therefore “bends over backwards to please them.”

    >“Of course there are double standards,” says the source, who agrees that in fights between two public figures, “Twitter will pick the bigger, more powerful celebrity.”

    >The source also recalled hearing a rumor inside Twitter that Leslie Jones’ agent had contacted the company to threaten a celebrity boycott if Milo was not dealt with.

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