Twitter's Plan to Silence President Trump for Good

After the media's long known attempts to undermine the authority of President Donald Trump, Twitter has decided to take this practice even further.

Twitter has announced their intent to give Democratic nominee Joe Biden's transition team all of the official United States government Twitter accounts on January 20th, 2021, whether Trump concedes to the race or not.

The official government accounts that they plan to switch include the accounts for the Vice President, First Lady, White House, and President. These preparations for the transition of White House Twitter accounts include representatives of Twitter meeting with Biden's transition team to detail the future use of the accounts.

A Twitter spokesperson confirmed to The Hill that the tech giant is “actively preparing to support the transition of White House institutional Twitter accounts on January 20th, 2021,” which also includes @whitehouse, @VP, @FLOTUS, and a number of other official accounts. The process is being done in consultation with the National Archives and Records Administration.

Twitter also confirmed that staffers will meet with representatives from the Biden-Harris transition team in the coming months to review how the new administration plans to use its government-related accounts.

Twitter has played an important role in the 2020 presidential election, due to their repeated censoring of stories that were unflattering to Biden's campaign. CEO Jack Dorsey testified that this censorship was wrong, but refused to unlock the censored posts for weeks after this admittance.

Even now, the company continues to censor tweets from the president in which he questions the election results and the Left's release of misleading election and pandemic information.

I would imagine that their tune will change once all of the election fraud is exposed and President Trump is announced as the rightful winner of the election, but honestly, with Twitter, I wouldn't put it past them to take access away even if President Trump does in fact win the election.

The Hill

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