Despite denials from the New York Times, conservatives can see what is happening on social media with their own two eyes. Twitter is “shadow banning” credible and thoughtful conservatives who have taken to placing an “X” on their names to illustrate that they have been shadow-banned in some form or another. While at the same time, Twitter is propping up oftentimes obscure Socialists by verifying them.
Many conservatives have found – through an online tool called shadowban.eu – that they have what is referred to as a “Quality Filter Discrimination,” or “QFD” Ban. Respected intellectuals such as J. Michael Waller and Christopher C. Hull – both from the Center for Security Policy, a target of the discredited Southern Poverty Law Center – have been the target of the “QFD Ban.” This type of ban is reportedly a part of Twitter’s so-called healthy conversation project.
The Twitter Bias is well known. A sure-fire indicator is what Twitter deems to be “trend-worthy.” Whenever something remotely political is trending, one can be sure that there will be a blatant narrative pushed. There are rarely any exceptions to this rule. If a conservative is trending, it can’t be good. Over time, this author has taken several screenshots documenting Twitter’s blatant bias.
Twitter Bias Exhibit A: When searching for “Trump” on Twitter, Vladimir Putin’s unverified Twitter account appears:
Twitter Bias Exhibit B: “Twitter Public Policy” promoted their own support of “Net Neutrality,” a policy initially marketed as a “fairness doctrine” for the internet:
Twitter Bias Exhibit C: In one of their “Twitter Moments,” Twitter seriously claimed that Ambassador John Bolton is “pro-war:”
Twitter Bias Exhibit D: An Executive Order allowing for exemptions for people and groups to claim religious objections is referred to by Twitter as “Anti-LGBT:”
Twitter Bias Exhibit E: Twitter gushed over Marxist Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez’s Primary Win:
Twitter Bias Exhibit F: The featured news article for what Twitter deems trend-worthy is often an article bashing America and/or President Trump and his administration:
The above examples are just a drop in the bucket. Twitter regularly highlights Democrat-driven trends while ignoring hashtags such as Brandon Straka’s #WalkAway. Here are just some socialists Twitter verifies, giving them credibility even while they tout a system that has been repeatedly proven to be devastating across the globe.
I need to up my game, I’m only listed on KeyWiki (uncovering the “covert side of politics”) twice, as a member of a joke Facebook group and a speaker at a 2011 conference https://t.co/iynCh8uAdU https://t.co/QDs693HfDf
— John Bergmayer (@bergmayer) July 16, 2018
— Winifred (@WaywardWinifred) July 21, 2018
why more and more young people are rejecting capitalism: https://t.co/N90mG0rDY0
— eve peyser (@evepeyser) July 20, 2018
a cool thing about being a socialist woman is you can get yelled at online for being a misogynist AND yelled at IRL for being a feminist
— Kath Barbadoro (@kathbarbadoro) May 29, 2017
— Harvey J Kaye (@harveyjkaye) July 19, 2018
So Wheaton College has its first-ever socialist student organization and I’m speaking to its members tomorrow night. Should be fun! pic.twitter.com/g4g3m7W1tU
— Heath Carter (@heathwcarter) November 7, 2017
Olivia talks to neighbors about #SinglePayer healthcare:
🇺🇸 “It’s embarrassing that in our country people die of something as preventable as diabetes. 🇺🇸
My baby would’ve cost $17000 if I didn’t have insurance. What would I do? 👶🏻
— RoseAnn DeMoro (@RoseAnnDeMoro) March 3, 2018
Me: “I think it’s time for me to come out as a religious socialist.”@RevJohnRussell: “I think you’re out.”
— Guthrie Graves-Fitzsimmons (@GuthrieGF) June 28, 2018
Feel obliged to remind my fellow Americans swooning over Trudeau that he’s a Democratic Socialist–and we can have one too! 🙂 #FeelTheBern
— Qasim Rashid, Esq. (@MuslimIQ) March 11, 2016
“I am a socialist.” Black Lives Matter activist and the first self-identified socialist to get elected in Georgia, khalid kamau, speaking for Gov candidate @StaceyAbrams at Manuel’s Tavern. Exciting stuff! pic.twitter.com/iK2njcw0NF
— Alex Sayf Cummings🌹 (@akbarjenkins) April 8, 2018
Conservatives are not buying the oft-repeated denials of social media bias.
— Sebastian Gorka DrG (@SebGorka) July 28, 2018
Please put an ❌ by your name to show Jack we are tired of being shadow banned/censored by his liberal company.
For two months, Jack has not allowed me to grow my account because I am a conservative.
Jack also supports doxing. Be careful conservatives. 🙏🏻
— Amy Mek❌ (@AmyMek) July 28, 2018
Twitter doesn’t shadowban. They just make tweets impossible to find for people who have elected to follow you because they like what you have to say. Duhhhhh… why is that hard to understand?? 🤔🤔🤔https://t.co/p5PsgrZ2Ks
— Brandon Straka (The Unsilent Minority) (@usminority) July 28, 2018
The good news is that in the wake of being shadow banned himself, Representative Matt Gaetz is not only filing an FEC complaint against Twitter for their shadow banning practices, he is also challenging the alleged ongoing relationship with the FBI and the discredited Southern Poverty Law Center.
— Alex Pfeiffer (@PfeifferDC) July 28, 2018
.@RepMattGaetz on his complaint to the FCC against Twitter for "shadow banning": "It gives advantages to our political opponents. It gives them access to the platform that we don't have." #Tucker pic.twitter.com/CHJRiuvPxc
— Fox News (@FoxNews) July 28, 2018
Please friends, support Rep. Gaetz in his efforts.