On Saturday, former President Donald Trump responded to the revelation of “The Twitter Files” by saying, “A Massive Fraud of this Kind and Magnitude calls for the terminating of all laws, regulations, as well as articles, including those found within the Constitution.”
Twitter CEO Elon Musk revealed internal company files about the firm’s censorship of the Hunter Biden laptop narrative during the 2020 presidential election through journalist Matt Taibbi, revealing that top officials at the company were all in regular communication with Dems and censored material that Democrats wanted to be removed.
Trump replied to the publication of the papers with a series of tweets on Truth Social late Friday night, writing: “Wow! That’s a huge story regarding Twitter and various sorts of government fraud, particularly election fraud.”
“The same amount of Fraud occurred with the other Big Tech businesses, if not worse (if that’s even possible?),” he went on. “We live in a very corrupt country, and as they say all over the internet, ‘nothing will ever be done since the Justice Dept. and the FBI are completely corrupt. But they’ll keep looking into ‘boxes’ that were removed legally and openly from the W.H.”
“So, with the discovery of enormous & widespread fraud & deceit in working very closely with Big Tech Firms, the DNC, and the Dem Party, do you toss the Presidential Election Outcome of 2020 out and announce the rightful winner, or do you expect to have a new vote?” Trump tweeted Saturday morning.
“A Massive Fraud of this size allows for the repeal of all rules, regulations, and articles, including those contained in the Constitution,” Trump proclaimed. “Our magnificent ‘Founders’ didn’t want and would not tolerate fraudulent and false elections!”
According to the papers revealed by Taibbi, Biden’s team tagged messages for removal from the network.
Twitter replied to a request to delete the tweets by saying, “Handled these.”
“Twitter took enormous steps to conceal the narrative, blocking links and putting warnings that it may be ‘unsafe,'” Taibbi claimed, referring to the New York Post’s stunning exposé on Hunter Biden’s laptop only weeks prior to the 2020 election.
“They even prevented its delivery via direct message, a tool formerly reserved for grave cases, such as child pornography,” he added.
Taibbi explained that Twitter justified its actions in preventing the information from spreading on the network by using their “hacked materials” policy.