WATERGATE 2.0: New Twitter Leaks Expose DNC Using Law Enforcement To Track Political Opponents Reader 01/13/2023 (Fri) 22:32 Id: ed12f6 No.19648 del
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WATERGATE 2.0: New Twitter Leaks Expose DNC Using Law Enforcement To Track Political Opponents

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) and staff repeatedly pushed Twitter to remove perfectly legal content that they found offensive, according to Friday's installment of "The Twitter Files."

3. The real issue was Donald Trump retweeted the Biden pic. To its credit Twitter refused to remove it, with Trust and Safety chief Yoel Roth saying it had obvious “humorous intent” and “any reasonable observer” - apparently, not a Schiff staffer - could see it was doctored. pic.twitter.com/QJtS6s506Z

— Matt Taibbi (@mtaibbi) January 13, 2023

When Twitter pushed back, Schiff staffer Jeff Lowenstein pulled out the 'slippery slope' argument.

4.Schiff staffer Jeff Lowenstein didn’t give up, claiming there was a “slippery slope concern here.” pic.twitter.com/qM1cJiZLFh

— Matt Taibbi (@mtaibbi) January 13, 2023

Twitter also refused requests to ban content about Schiff and his staff, telling the congressman's office that this would not be "conceivable."

6.Even when Twitter didn’t suspend an account, that didn’t mean they didn’t act. Schiff’s office repeatedly complained about “QAnon related activity” that were often tweets about other matters, like the identity of the Ukraine “whistleblower” or the Steele dossier: pic.twitter.com/XKzY8AmB5R

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