Former President Donald Trump called Saturday for the “termination” of articles of the Constitution following the “Twitter files” leak of a series of messages between the social media platform’s leaders in the run-up to the 2020 presidential election. Some conservatives claim Taibbi’s tweets prove that Twitter improperly influenced the result of the last presidential election, although the story has been panned as overhyped and misleading. Sharing a link to the New York Post story meant your account could be locked until you deleted it, which is what happened to then-White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany. This brings us back to the “Twitter Files” leak. The company’s leaders settled on saying that the New York Post story violated its rules against hacked materials, although later, they reversed this decision.
Source: Huffington Post December 04, 2022 19:06 UTC