From James O’Keefe on 25.03.2021
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, who testified before Congress today, claimed that the tech giant doesn’t have a “Censorship Department.” I beg to differ.
As you probably saw earlier this week, Project Veritas released shocking images from inside a Texas detention facility, showing illegal immigrants wrapped in space blankets and cramped into tight spaces.
Upon launching the images on our social media platforms, Twitter decided through an “automated tool” to label them “sensitive content”:
Of course, all Twitter did in the end was CENSOR THE TRUTH.
Breitbart journalist Allum Bokhari reached out to Twitter, asking them why they would label such newsworthy images that way. A Twitter spokesperson responded saying the warning was “incorrectly applied by one of our automated tools and it has since been removed.”
Here is my response to Twitter’s statement:
By the way, I’m still waiting on an answer here, Jack.
This story made headlines in other media outlets as well. Here is what went to print on today’s edition of the New York Post:
The Independent, a British media outlet, also reported on this story:
This isn’t the first time Twitter censored Project Veritas. Unfortunately, I don’t think it will be the last.
My promise to you is that every time they censor the truth, Project Veritas will be there to hold them accountable.
James Project Veritas
1214 W. Boston Post Rd #148
Mamaroneck, NY 10543
Project Veritas Is Recognized As a Tax Exempt Organization Under Section 501(C)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Your Donations Are Tax Deductible As Allowed by Federal Law and the Laws of Various States.