Head of Twitter site integrity called Trump Administration “ACTUAL NAZIS” and President Trump a “racist tangerine.”
“Following Twitter’s decision to start fact-checking President Trump, a history of harshly partisan anti-Trump tweets from the man who is ‘Head of Site Integrity’ at Twitter have surfaced.” (Daily Wire)
Yesterday, Twitter added “fact checks” to President Trump’s tweets about the potential for voter fraud with mail-in ballots.
Today, news outlets have uncovered “harsh” anti-Trump tweets from the Twitter staffer whose title is Head of Site Integrity … and whose professional profile on LinkedIn says he “leads the teams for developing and enforcing Twitter’s rules” on a variety of fronts.
Just a selection from what news outlets have reported:
- tweeted about “ACTUAL NAZIS IN THE WHITE HOUSE” in January 2017, just a few days after President Trump was inaugurated (Daily Wire)
- “compared President Donald Trump’s senior counselor Kellyanne Conway to Joseph Goebbels, a Nazi politician who was one of the closest associates of Adolf Hitler” (Newsweek)
- “mocked Trump supporters by saying that ‘we fly over those states that voted for a racist tangerine for a reason’” (Fox News)
And, in other far-less-than-encouraging news from Silicon Valley, the Washington Free Beacon reported that YouTube “is deleting comments that contain two terms Chinese dissidents use to criticize the [Chinese] government, raising concerns about the tech industry’s willingness to censor content to gain favor with the communist regime.”
Blue state leaders are trying to blame President Trump for the COVID-19 pandemic. But their own (under-reported!) behavior is outrageous.
While the media — and blue state politicians — want to blame President Trump for the COVID-19 pandemic, blue state public officials have been getting a pass from the mainstream media!
— Late yesterday, Governor Whitmer (Michigan) confirmed that her husband did try to use her power to get his boat out for Memorial Day weekend — which she called a “failed attempt at humor.” Earlier, she wouldn’t “confirm or deny” if the event happened. She has imposed some of the harshest lockdown rules in America.
— Governor Lujan (New Mexico) reportedly broke her own lockdown rules … as “a non-essential business opened up so she could buy jewelry and have it delivered to her.” Unsurprisingly, the governor refused an offer to do an on-camera interview about the event.
— And an order from Governor Cuomo (New York) that “forced nursing homes to admit Covid-positive residents” has been deleted from the New York Department of Health website. When National Review requested a comment, neither the governor nor the department repleid.
No such thing as voter fraud? Mail carrier charged with “attempted election fraud” for allegedly changing ballots.
“The DOJ said in a press release that mail carrier [redacted] was charged with attempt to defraud the residents of West Virginia of a fair election after an investigation found that the 47-year-old allegedly made changes to a number of mail-in ballots sent to individuals on his contracted route with the United States Postal Service.” (The Blaze)
The day after President Trump sounded the alarm on voter fraud concerns with widespread voting by mail, here’s the news from West Virginia.
A mail carrier was charged with “attempted election fraud” after he’s alleged to have changed the mail-in ballots of people on his Postal Service route.
And as President Trump has warned, it’s not just outright fraud that should concern us either.
Mailing a ballot to all registered voters — as some states are considering ahead of the 2020 election — relies on voter rolls, which are notoriously inaccurate.
As the Washington Free Beacon reported last week, a Pennsylvania county just settled a lawsuit over voter registration. The county’s voter roll included “nearly 1,600 dead registrants, close to 7,500 with erroneous information, and more than 1,500 aged 100 or above (including 49 born in the 1800s).”
Just for fun: Trump boat parades from coast to coast!
You won’t see this from the mainstream media, but we bet you’ll really like it!
From the West Coast of California … and the East Coast of South Carolina … and from all parts of America, from Arizona down to Florida, Americans gathered in “boat parades” in support of President Trump over Memorial Day weekend.