Twitter is biased against the right. That much we know.
The question is now not if they’re biased, the question is “how biased are they?” The answer is that they’re apparently biased enough to allow the promotion of harassment of a sitting Republican Senator.
You may recall the incident of a mob confronting Ted Cruz while he and his wife were eating in a DC restaurant. Members of the left rejoiced over the event, including one Antifa Twitter account called “Smash Racism DC,” who tweeted out the justification for the harassment by stating that Cruz and Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh have been friends for 20 years.
“Fascists not welcome!” they tweeted.
“You may not engage in the targeted harassment of someone, or incite other people to do so. We consider abusive behavior an attempt to harass, intimidate, or silence someone else’s voice,” reads the Twitter rules.
This tweet from Smash Racism DC falls squarely within the boundaries of harassment, and yet not only is Twitter not punishing this account with a suspension, but it’s also allowing this tweet to remain live on its site. According to Breitbart.com, Twitter responded to the inquiries about the tweet acknowledging that it violates Twitter’s TOS, but has yet to take any action whatsoever.
Understand that this is the same website that banned Alex Jones for harassing someone. It’s odd that Smash Racism DC gets to promote the action of harassment during a private setting, yet Jones — whether you like him or not aside — will be wholly kicked off Twitter for doing so in a public setting.
Twitter’s bias goes much deeper than that as I have explained in this video.
Jack likes to claim that Twitter makes absolutely no decisions based on someone’s political positions, yet this is just one more rock on a mountain of evidence that says they don’t.