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Posted 06 March 2019 - 06:33 PM

The 5 Best Moments of Twitter Execs Squirming over Questions on ‘Joe Rogan Experience’  https://www.breitbar...gan-experience/


2: Joe Rogan questions Twitter’s left-leaning bias on transgender policy


In another debate surrounding Twitter’s various policies and rules, the topic of the company’s “misgendering” policy came into question. Under this policy, a Twitter user could be banned for referring to a transgender person by a different pronoun.    


3: Pool asks why conservative figure using Twitter bots was banned, but Liberals doing the same thing weren’t


“Did you investigate Jonathan Morgan?” Pool asked, and Gadde replied, “I don’t know who that is.” Pool pointedly replied: “Why? That’s the important  question, why?” Gadde replied: “It might be that someone at Twitter investigated him, I don’t know who that is.”


“One of the issues that I think it’s really important to get to is, you should know who he is,” stated Pool. “He’s more important than Jacob Wohl is but for some reason you know about this conservative guy but not the Democrat who helped meddle in the Alabama Election… it was recently reported and covered by numerous outlets that a group called New Knowledge was meddling in the Alabama election by creating fake Russian accounts to manipulate national media into believing that Roy Moore was propped up by the Russians. Facebook banned him [Morgan] as well as four other people but Twitter didn’t, he’s still active.”


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