Twitter’s Fact Checker Has History of Anti-Trump Tweets

WASHINGTON, DC – JUNE 10: Presumptive Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks during the Faith and Freedom Forum Coalition’s “Road to Majority” conference on June 10, 2016 in Washington, DC. Trump used a teleprompter to deliver his speech to the religious conference. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

So it turns out the guy in charge of integrity at Twitter once claimed that members of the Trump Administration were actual Nazis.

Yoel Roth is the head of site integrity at Twitter. In 2016 he mocked Middle America – said people in fly over states voted for a racist tangerine – his words, not mine.

And in 2017 he likened Kellyanne Conway to Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels. In January of 2017 he said there were actual Nazis in the White House.

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Now you understand why so many conservatives including yours truly are being blocked and banned on Twitter.

This is a big deal in light of Twitter’s announcement that they will be fact-checking President Trump’s tweets.

“No one person at Twitter is responsible for our policies or enforcement actions, and it’s unfortunate to see individual employees targeted for company decisions,” a Twitter spokesperson told Fox News.

Twitter vice president Brandon Borrman said in a statement, “No one person here is responsible for our polices or enforcement actions. People who decide to target one person for decisions they don’t agree with know damn well what they’re doing.”

The president accused the social media powerhouse of meddling in the 2020 election – threatening to strongly regulate or even shut down the social media platforms.

It’s unlikely that threat would hold constitutional muster – but conservatives need to understand they will not get a fair shake on social media.

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