Former President Donald Trump revealed on his social media channel Truth Platform that the FBI intervened and tried to shut him down when he tweeted about his Covid positive update.
This news came in a recent controversial release of Twitter ex-employees secret emails by CEO Elon Musk.
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Trump wrote on his social media platform Truth Social “The FBI tried to shut me down when I was being positive, and way ahead of the curve—as opposed to Governors that shut their States down, even for short periods”.
He also shared an article by the Daily Caller that reported on the latest updates regarding the so-called Twitter files.
In his post he referred to Jim Baker, a former Twitter attorney who previously worked with the FBI as a general counsel but after that joined Twitter.
It is revealed in the recent Twitter employee’s secret emails that Baker called Trump’s covid 2020 tweet a violation of the social media platform.
Independent Journalist David Zweig on Monday posted a Twitter thread, which showed the email exchange between Twitter’s former attorney Baker and two former executives.
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Journalist David Zweig’s Twitter Thread Revealed the Real Truth of Trump Tweet
Elon Musk releases the Twitter files that contain the Emails of the ex-employees of Twitter which question the content policies and ethics of the social media platforms.
Independent Journalist David Zweig’s Twitter thread clearly shows that Twitter’s content violation rules policy was made to satisfy the ruling government. Its communications with the FBI were also disclosed.
Trump Covid 2020 Tweet wrote that “I will be leaving the great Walter Reed Medical Center today at 6:30 P.M. Feeling really good! Don’t be afraid of Covid. Don’t let it dominate your life. We have developed, under the Trump Administration, some really great drugs & knowledge. I feel better than I did 20 years ago!”
Baker emailed the former legal executives Stacia Cardile and former head of trust and safety Yoel Roth that Trump’s tweet violated the platform covid-19 policy.
In response to this Roth replied “In short, this tweet is a broad, optimistic statement, It doesn’t incite people to do something harmful, nor does it recommend against taking precautions or following mask directives (or other guidelines).
It doesn’t fall within the published scope of our policies. Curious whether you have a different read on it, though.”