(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Yoel Roth, a former head of Trust & Safety for Twitter, expressed his displeasure on a new social media platform Mastadon after Elon Musk released bombshell evidence about Twitter’s censorship of the Hunter Biden laptop scandal, according to the Post Millennial.
The so-called Hunter Biden files were released by Musk and published by Matt Taibbi on Twitter that among many other things, revealed that Roth participated in censoring the Hunter Biden laptop story by the New York Post.
“Publicly posting the names and identities of front-line employees involved in content moderation puts them in harm’s way and is a fundamentally unacceptable thing to do,” Roth posted on Mastadon.
The reason why Roth started to criticize the recent decision to expose what was going on in the company is obvious.
In his thread, Taibbi revealed that Roth and Vijaya Gadde, another worker of the Ministry of Truth at Twitter, were involved in suppressing the Post’s story about the corruption of the Biden family, in general, and Hunter, in particular, ahead of the 2020 election.
That confirms the previous comments by Musk that Twitter was involved in election interference.
When lawmakers started to express concerns about free speech being suppressed, Roth and Gadde hid behind terms of service and vague rationalizations.
It is not a surprise that Roth was censoring conservatives because he hates them.
In his tweets, Roth expressed his hatred toward conservatives by comparing them to Nazis.
“Yes, that person in the pink hat is clearly a bigger threat to your brand of feminism than ACTUAL NAZIS IN THE WHITE HOUSE.”
He also showed his “coast elitism” by calling states in the Midwest flyover states.
“I’m just saying, we fly over those states that voted for a racist tangerine for a reason.”
In Oct. 2020, right before the general presidential election in the U.S., Emma Jo Morris broke the story in the Post about a discarded laptop left at a Delaware computer repair shop that belonged to Hunter Biden.
The laptop contained information about the whole Biden family that could’ve cost Joe Biden the election.