By: Red Pill | 11-06-2017 | News
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Employee Rewarded for Disabling @realDonaldTrump’s Account? Twitter Lied. Not a Contractor

Remember a few days ago when the Twittersphere was shook to its core after The President of the United States of America had his personal Twitter account shut down by what Twitter claimed was a rogue former employee who wanted to leave his or her last day on the job with a bang.

However despite the fact that Twitter quickly re-enabled the account and issued a statement in regards to the matter; you may be surprised to find out what Twitter claimed is true is actually the furthest thing from the truth.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Earlier today <a href="">@realdonaldtrump</a>’s account was inadvertently deactivated due to human error by a Twitter employee. The account was down for 11 minutes, and has since been restored. We are continuing to investigate and are taking steps to prevent this from happening again.</p>&mdash; Twitter Government (@TwitterGov) <a href="">November 3, 2017</a></blockquote>

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Twitter claimed that the person responsible was working on their last day on the job and that the account was down for a total of 11 minutes before they put it back up.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Through our investigation we have learned that this was done by a Twitter customer support employee who did this on the employee’s last day. We are conducting a full internal review. <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; Twitter Government (@TwitterGov) <a href="">November 3, 2017</a></blockquote>

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It's true, in eleven minutes it was back up, but they aren't telling you the whole truth about it being a Twitter Customer Support Employee.

In fact if both the <a href="">New York Times report </a>and the <a href="">reporting from the Washington Examiner </a>are indeed to be taken at their word, the person who was responsible for having the ability to shut down the personal Twitter of the President of the United States of America wasn't even working for Twitter at all.

Both of the media outlets mentioned above say that the person who was responsible for the disabling of the <a href="">@realDonaldTrump </a>account on Twitter was actually a contract employee, and not a customer service representative as Twitter had claimed.

Current and former employees of Twitter spoke to the media on the condition of anonymity, in turn, to not out themselves from potential backlash given by the company and their peers.

They stated that there was a major concern amongst the chain from bottom to the top of the Twitter company involving both Customer Support Representatives, Public Relations Managers, and the top-level Twitter Executives including Twitter’s Chief Executive, the elusive and oftentimes firm Jack Dorsey; to find out what really happened.

It seems, according to these anonymous employees, that it was indeed originally believed to be just a Customer Support Representative; which prompted the company to issue their statements.

After further research into the matter however it appears it was never one of those employees and in fact it may have actually been a contract laborer who doesn't even work for Twitter.

Twitter has still refused to verify these claims and unfortunately, the news cycle was shifted once the brutal attacks at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas occurred on Sunday which of course shifted all attention towards the tragedy there.

When that happened, Twitter was likely issuing an internal sigh of relief that they could dodge a bullet itself hoping this story goes away.

In essence Twitter has actually dodged two bullets in the last week since the second largest shareholder of Twitter, <a href="">Saudi Royal Prince bin Talal was arrested by King Salman </a>of Saudi Arabia, something that could affect every major company he owned including Twitter.

I guess you could say that Twitter is fortunate (although there is no praise that can be given for the events in Texas which claimed 26 lives) that they avoided having to further respond to either matter.

It is probably in Twitter's best interest to deny that the employee was a contractor for multiple reasons, one being that they then look incompetent for incorrectly reporting a Customer Service representative and two being that it would expose the weakness in Twitter's security that such a third-rate outside contractor could potentially threaten the account of the President of the United States of America.

Of course others have said that this employee could be in serious legal trouble, and Twitter could be forced to identify the person to law enforcement anyways.

Tor Ekeland, a renowned cyber relations attorney and advocate for the defense of the accused globally has since advised the contract worker to quickly hire legal counsel due to the potential of facing criminal charges and a serious fine.

Don’t say anything and get a lawyer," Ekeland said.

Ekeland said the employee could face charges for violating the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act if he or she didn't have permission to access Trump's account. He said if the action is deemed to have caused $5,000 in damages, it could mean a prison sentence of up to 10 years.

“The employee could be in a lot of trouble,” said Ekeland.

Keep in mind just last week Twitter had to appear on Capitol Hill in order to play defense after Lawmakers posed questions about Russian agent provocateurs potentially purchasing advertising on both Facebook and Twitter to what they believe is try and sway the opinions of voters.

President Donald Trump quickly responded to the incident in somewhat of a heroic fashion, with Twitter only securing the fact that his Twitter account may be the most powerful in the world.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">My Twitter account was taken down for 11 minutes by a rogue employee. I guess the word must finally be getting out-and having an impact.</p>&mdash; Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) <a href="">November 3, 2017</a></blockquote>

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Can you imagine if Barack Obama or Sean King or some other false prophet African American had their Twitter shut down?

Black Lives Matter would be marching in the streets and beating up police officers, the NFL would probably take a knee, CNN and MSNBC would do 24 hour a day reporting on White Supremacy in the workplace, and social justice warriors would virtue signal on Twitter.

Oh wait, all of those things happen anyways. My mistake.

Onward to the disturbing second part of this story, although it's unexpected from the insanely left-leaning Marxists that control Democratic-led cities such as San Francisco.

<h3>Rewarding The Criminal Who Disabled @realDonaldTrump’s Account?</h3>

That's right. San Francisco has a tradition of <i>issuing keys to their city</i> to those whom they deem as heroes.

Now there's a <a href=" ">“Care2 Petition” </a>which is trying to get 10,000 signatures in order to reward the employee who actually broke laws with Keys to San Francisco as a commendation for disabling President Trump's account.

I'm not sure what's more sick here, the fact that the Democratic shit hole of San Francisco is offering Keys to their city to a criminal, or that they're encouraging people to break the law over political indifference.

Both are incredibly disturbing.

<blockquote>”Bullying, doxing, racist speech, and instigation of nuclear war. Those are just a few of the many reasons why the American people think Donald Trump should be banned from Twitter. Yet, despite repeated violations of its terms of service, Twitter continues to find weak justifications for allowing Trump to remain on the site.”</blockquote>

<blockquote>”This week, one brave Twitter contract employee finally did what we've all been asking for. On his or her last day of work at the San Francisco-based company, the contractor deactivated Trump's account. For eleven solid minutes, Twitter was a better place.”</blockquote>

<blockquote>”This person is an American hero who deserves to be honored. That's why we're calling on San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee to give him or her the keys to the city.”</blockquote>

<blockquote>”Twitter has more than enough reasons to take down Trump's account, but it continuously prioritizes generating clicks over public safety. We need to show the company that removing Trump from Twitter is the right thing to do by honoring this now former contractor.”</blockquote>

<blockquote>”Please sign this petition asking Mayor Ed Lee to give the person who deactivated Donald Trump's account the keys to the city!”</blockquote>

Seriously; they've made a petition over this.

I'd say it's laughed, but it's outright criminal and a brutal redpill on how moronic liberals actually are.

As of the time of this writing, it has 6,549 of the 10,000 signatures required.

If you ask me it sounds like San Francisco is encouraging people to break the law, but hey I have common sense and all; something that is nonexistent in the brain of a Democrat.

What's apparent to me though is that companies like Twitter and all major social media need governance and regulation from the United States; as many have suggested it should be managed as if it is a utility company.

We need change, and soon.

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Anonymous No. 11252 2017-11-06 : 19:45

I hope the idiot understands he/she has committed a Federal Felony. By deliberately disrupting interstate communications.

1555. Disruption Of Government Business – 18 U.S.C. 1752

Section 1752(a)(2) of Title 18 outlaws the intentional disruption of government business at designated residences or offices.

Anonymous No. 11263 2017-11-07 : 01:40

"Oh wait, all of those things happen anyways. My mistake."


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