Elon reveals dark secrets on Twitter: “The world needs to know what’s going on…”

Many people out there still think that whether or not Twitter is biased against conservatives is an unsettled question. I mean, it’s like asking someone if water is wet, right? But the left is still working overtime, trying to prove that they’re not biased and that Twitter is just one big, “fair and unbiased” playground for all Americans. Meanwhile, we can all see with our own eyes what’s going on, but we’re told not to believe our own eyes…just believe what the “experts” tell us to believe.

This seems to be a common theme during the “Biden regime”.

But normal people can’t take these “experts” seriously, especially after COVID. We discovered they were all biased shills.

So a new report by the “brains” at places like MIT and Yale looked into Twitter’s political bias, and you won’t be surprised to find that they found no bias from Twitter. , but they found right-wing accounts shared the MOST “fake news”.

Definitely clowns.

[…] This new study was conducted by four researchers from different universities (mainly MIT and Yale): Qi Yang, Mohsen Mosleh, Tauhid Zaman and David Rand. Now, it’s important to note that this study looked specifically at political speech (the area people are most concerned about, although it’s a small part of the area where most content moderation efforts are concerned) and found that a significantly larger share of Republicans favored Democrats in their research. were relatively banned from their accounts (with a decently large sample size). But that didn’t mean he was biased. Indeed, the study is quite clever because it adjusts for common disinformation sharers – and the conclusion is that Twitter’s content moderation is more biased towards consensual misinformation than political bias. It’s just that Republicans have been shown to be much, much, much more willing to share this kind of misinformation.

Social media companies are often accused of anti-conservative bias, particularly in terms of which users they suspend. Here we evaluate this possibility empirically. We begin with a survey of 4,900 Americans that found strong bipartisan support for social media companies to fight online misinformation. We then examined potential political biases in suspension patterns and identified 9,000 politically engaged Twitter users, half Democrat and half Republican, in October 2020 and followed them for six months following the 2020 US election.

During that period, only 7.7% of Democratic users were suspended, while 35.6% of Republican users were suspended. However, Republican users shared significantly more news from disinformation sites than Democratic users, as judged by either fact-checkers or a politically balanced crowd. Critically, we found that users’ sharing of misinformation predicted cessation as much as their political orientation. Thus, the observation that Republicans are more likely to be suspended than Democrats does not support the claim that Twitter exhibits political bias in its suspension practices. Instead, the observed asymmetry can be explained entirely by Republicans’ tendency to share more misinformation. While support for action against disinformation is bipartisan, the sharing of disinformation—at least at this historical moment—is highly asymmetric between the parties. As a result, our study suggests that inferring political bias from asymmetries in suspension rates is inappropriate.

See how the media rejected his claim that he was right. Censored on Twitter. This is from The Hill:

One of the reasons Tesla tycoon Elon Musk wants to take over Twitter is because the social media platform censors conservatives.

“I’m concerned that actual bias in the ‘Twitter algorithm’ is having a huge impact on public discourse,” he tweeted shortly before launching a $43 billion hostile bid for the company.

Leading conservatives, who have for years accused Twitter and other social media platforms like Facebook and YouTube of censoring right-leaning views, welcomed Musk’s proposal. “Let’s hope it passes and we have free speech on Twitter again,” Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) said in a Fox Business interview posted on Twitter.

The notion that evangelical conservatives on the right are being ostracized or “cancelled” by social media companies has always sounded strange, since conservative pundits and politicians (like Jordan) are particularly prolific and enjoy high levels of engagement on mainstream issues. platforms. Last year, the NYU Stern Center for Business and Human Rights published an article I wrote in which I observed that there was no credible research that found platforms removing conservative content for ideological reasons.

Doesn’t this sound familiar? That’s what the media and the left say about everything under the sun. All these are “conspiracy theories”. Nothing we complain about is “real”. How lazy our so-called “reporters” are today. They are simply repeating leftist talk and quoting “experts”. It’s a pattern they all follow when anything they don’t agree with is said.

They laugh at everything, like some crazy Q-kooks running around and then again about how Vlad stole the 2016 election, how 2020 is the fairest election in the entire world, etc. they start talking about

Meanwhile, Elon, who is actually on Twitter right now and can actually see what’s going on, is singing a completely different tune. He says he has exposed some dark things and the world needs to know the truth.

Here’s what Elon tweeted: “The more I learn, the worse it gets. The world needs to know the truth about what happened on Twitter. “Transparency will win the trust of the people.”

And vox populi, vox dei, is Latin: “the voice of the people is the voice of God,” Elon said when he allowed Trump to return to the site.

Yes, the world needs to know the truth, but will the media, whose task is to cover the regime, admit it, or will they spin their own “narrative”?

I think we all know the answer to this question.

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