James O'Keefe's Twitter suspended one day after CNN exposé

Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe’s Twitter account was suspended Thursday, a day after he launched secretly-recorded video of a NCS staffer boasting that his community produced “propaganda” aimed toward defeating President Donald Trump in the course of the 2020 election.

Twitter gave no quick motive for the suspension and a message on the account hyperlink stated solely that it was disabled attributable to a violation of “Twitter rules.”

NCS technical director Charlie Chester was featured in Project Veritas’ undercover video on Wednesday, saying that the community introduced in medical specialists to overdramatize Trump’s coronavirus well being points.

The admissions have been taped throughout a pretend Tinder date, wherein Chester boasted the community “got Trump out” of workplace.

“Look what we did, we [CNN] got Trump out. I am 100​ percent going to say it, and I 100​ percent believe that if it wasn’t for NCS, I don’t know that Trump would have got voted out,” Chester stated, including that he got here to work at NCS as a result of he ​​”needed to be part of that.”

“Our focus was to get Trump out of office, right? Without saying it, that’s what it was.”

Chester additionally bragged within the sting tape that the community performed up the COVID-19 dying toll for scores on order from prime NCS brass.

Both Twitter and Facebook took extraordinary censorship measures in opposition to The Post in October, 2020, over its exposés about Hunter Biden’s emails — with Twitter baselessly charging that “hacked materials” have been used.

Twitter stored The Post’s main account locked for 2 weeks main as much as the election, after The Post refused Twitter’s demand that it delete six tweets that linked to tales that the corporate claimed — with none proof — have been primarily based on hacked data kind a Hunter Biden laptop computer left with a repairman.

The Post by no means budged, and stored the tweets on the account in the course of the standoff — whilst Twitter obscured them from view.

In a series of tweets, the social-media big stated it was revising its “Hacked Materials Policy” and “updating our practice of not retroactively overturning prior enforcement.”

“Our policies are living documents,” stated one of the tweets from @TwitterSecurity.

“We’re willing to update and adjust them when we encounter new scenarios or receive important feedback from the public.”


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