Project Veritas provided some shocking information that we reported last night. They dropped a new report announcing that they’d obtained US military documents proving that Dr. Anthony Fauci had lied to Congress and, more specifically, had obtained “never-before-seen documents regarding the origins of COVID-19, gain of function research, vaccines, potential treatments which have been suppressed, and the government’s effort to conceal all of this.”
But while that’s important information to most Americans, it seems to have touched Twitter’s third rail of “things that shall not offend the liberal sensibility or in any way not help the Democrats.”
Twitter suspended Eric Spracklen, the chief of staff at Project Veritas. Spracklen had released a video about Fauci and tagged it with the headline #ExposeFauci which was trending on Twitter, but then suddenly wasn’t. Spracklen commented just now on the matter, saying that he felt that they were suppressing.
Twitter has suspended Eric Spracklen because he tweeted about Twitter censorship🙄 pic.twitter.com/ckkJpDNu37
— Mandy ✝🥳 (@SpringSteps) January 11, 2022
They accused him of “ban evasion” but since he was tweeting from his own account which he had before, it’s not clear how it’s a “ban evasion.” Spracklen says that they have permanently suspended him.
Twitter banning Spracklen of Project Veritas pic.twitter.com/rd2Sd8yfDQ
— Billy Lee (@ApexAlphaTrader) January 11, 2022
What is clear is that Project Veritas just dropped some big information that some people don’t like. This is a bad look for Twitter. It makes it seem like they are shutting people down over information Democrats may not like.
It follows Twitter’s ban of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-GA, and Grabien, who were banned for quoting members of Congress at the start of this year. There was also their infamous suppression of the NY Post’s Hunter Biden laptop story back in October 2020 where they tried to stop the spread of the URL and locked the NY Post account. The mistake they made was later admitted to by them. Then there was the ban on Donald Trump, the president of the United States. However, they seem to have intensified the suspensions in recent months.
#ExposeFauci was ranked number one. It is still talked about but not trending on Twitter. Is there anyone who can explain this? Particularly in light of the Fauci testimony that was given today by Sen. Rand Paul (R.KY) and Senator Roger Marshall (R.KS), where he was ripped into pieces by Sen. Rand Paul and Sen. Roger Marshall. There were even more comments on the revelations. Somehow that doesn’t quite add up.