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Leaked Emails PROVE That Corrupt Democrats Conspired To Censor Election Posts!

Recently leaked emails have all but verified what Conservatives have known to be true: that election dissent was sharply censored by big tech and Democrats.


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The truth is always sweet isn’t it?

We have all been saying this stuff for MONTHS, and what do they call us?

Crazy conspiracy theorists, racists, and white supremacists. These leaked emails just further prove that we aren’t crazy, and nothing we say is baseless.

Big tech along with Democrats and the mainstream media push false narratives, and then when we say something they gaslight and try to tell us we are crazy.

They tell us that we aren’t seeing what we are seeing; they tell us that there is no such thing as conservative censorship.

They tell us that there is zero evidence for election fraud, censorship, or anything else we happen to see or suspect.

That is completely unacceptable. WE The PEOPLE KNOW what we see. We have brains and we know how to think for ourselves.

The 2020 election was RIFE with fraud, and anyone with half a brain knows this to be true. There has been a coverup by every institution including the MSM and big tech.

Read on and decide what you think of all this:

Taken directly from the Judicial Watch website: 

Judicial Watch announced today that it received 540 pages and a supplemental four pages of documents from the office of the Secretary of State of California revealing how state officials pressured social media companies (Twitter, Facebook, Google (YouTube)) to censor posts about the 2020 election. Included in these documents were “misinformation briefings” emails that were compiled by communications firm SKDK, that lists Biden for President as their top client of 2020. The documents show how the state agency successfully pressured YouTube to censor a Judicial Watch video concerning the vote by mail and a Judicial Watch lawsuit settlement about California voter roll clean up.

The records were obtained in response to Judicial Watch’s California Public Records Act (CPRA) requests to the Office of the California Secretary of State for records related to the Office of Election Cybersecurity’s database of social media posts; communications with social media companies; and other social media related records regarding the 2020 elections. Judicial Watch filed the requests after a December 2020 report surfaced that the state agency was surveilling, tracking, and seeking to censor the speech of Americans:

The Office of Election Cybersecurity in the California Secretary of State’s office monitored and tracked social media posts, decided if they were misinformation, stored the posts in an internal database coded by threat level, and on 31 different occasions requested posts be removed. In 24 cases, the social media companies agreed and either took down the posts or flagged them as misinformation, according to Jenna Dresner, senior public information officer for the Office of Election Cybersecurity.

This article was taken directly Calmatters.Org

One post on YouTube claimed a voter registered to vote under a fake name. A tweet alleged thousands of 2020 ballots were tossed out. Another tweet claimed a voter used an alias to vote in person.

These are just a few of two dozen social media posts deemed to be misinformation and removed from online platforms this year at the request of a newly formed cybersecurity team within the California Secretary of State’s office.

The Office of Election Cybersecurity in the California Secretary of State’s office monitored and tracked social media posts, decided if they were misinformation, stored the posts in an internal database coded by threat level, and on 31 different occasions requested posts be removed. In 24 cases, the social media companies agreed and either took down the posts or flagged them as misinformation, according to Jenna Dresner, senior public information officer for the Office of Election Cybersecurity.

“We don’t take down posts, that is not our role to play,” Dresner said. “We alert potential sources of misinformation to the social media companies and we let them make that call based on community standards they created.”



 

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