Date: July 24th, 2016

Here is evidence that Twitter is censoring the DNC leaks from appearing as trending:

Notice how the #RNCinCLE only gets a dozen or so tweets per minute.

Then notice how the #DNCLeak is getting tweeted every 3 seconds.

It is suspicious at the very least. But then again, what does Twitter owe us?
Twitter is now a public company. Are they doing what is their stakeholders' best interest?
What about the American people?
How does censoring the DNC leaks help anyone but the 1%?

To be clear and fully transparent: I am not into politics, but the content of the DNC leaks has me pretty upset.
I wanted others to be aware of what is going on, so I quickly assembled this page hoping it may encourage a deeper look and foster conversations.

Best,
Jay


A few examples of what makes the DNC leaks so bad:

Possible money laundering by moving money back and forth to bypass legal limits.
Politico writer sending his stories to the DNC before he sends them to his editor.

And more:
Comment from discussion Sanders Calls for Wasserman Schultz to Resign After Email Leaks.


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