Project Veritas has been doing its part to expose the management at Twitter…
A recent video shows James O’Keefe pursuing a Twitter executive. The executive apparently thought that he could hide in a comedy club.
O’Keefe approaches the club, explains the situation, and the owner of the club even invites O’Keefe inside to get up on stage and confront the big tech exec.
Something unexpected happens at that point: the executive turns around and begins exiting the club; it is then that O’Keefe begins pursuing him through the streets of New York City.
Previously, Project Veritas leaked audio from an internal Twitter meeting of senior level management.
The audio indicates that there was a considerable amount of emotional stress experienced by the staff and management of the social media giant following Elon Musk’s takeover of the company.
Perhaps the source of that emotional stress is why this Twitter exec is also doing everything he can to dodge Project Veritas:
Previously, Project Veritas released this audio which highlights internal disarray at the company after Musk’s takeover, featured on The Post Millennial:
Taylor began by saying, “I also just want to acknowledge all the emotions of today. It is an emotional day. I want to acknowledge it. By law, we are required to act in the best interest of our shareholders.”
BREAKING: Project Veritas releases audio of Twitter's internal meeting on @ElonMusk buying the platform
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) April 26, 2022
Project Veritas – who Twitter banned in Feb. 2021 – published the full unedited audio. Makes you sound even worse. No misrepresentation. Just reality. https://t.co/zJgz4Ekqxv
— Miranda Devine (@mirandadevine) April 27, 2022
Sean Hannity posted a transcript of the leaked audio of Twitter senior management:
“Elon made it clear in public that a large part of the reason he bought the platform was because of our moderation policies and disagreements in how we deal with health,” Berland reportedly says in the clip.
“This puts Twitter service and trust and safety as well as anybody who cares about health on the platform in a very difficult position.”