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Twitter Brings in Scholars to Combat Bias…Here’s How Biased the Scholars Are



Twitter just keeps digging it’s own grave. Last week, they claimed they weren’t shadow banning conservatives by admitting they shadow ban conservatives, shortly before POTUS himself slammed the social media network for their biased practices.

Like Facebook and Google, Twitter seems to be thin-spined and unwilling to make their own judgment call on how best to monitor content on their network, opting instead to try to please both censored conservatives and loud obnoxious leftists who think that literally everything is hate speech.

So when Twitter announced they were bringing in some hoity-toity academics to help “combat bias”, it came as no surprise that these academics were totally and completely biased.

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The Daily Caller has the story:

Twitter announced Monday it would bring in a group of academics to combat bias on the platform, but many of them are openly anti-Trump and anti-conservative.

In this potential conflict of interest, the academics’ previous tweets have resurfaced, calling for “vigilance” against Trump policies, referring to Trump supporters as boot-lickers, accusing Trump of having small hands and saying reasonable Americans would flee the country if Trump won the election, Fox News reported.

These statements contrast sharply with Twitter’s mission of “serving the public conversation and working to increase the collective health, openness, and civility of the dialogue on our service,” as outlined in its Monday post, “Measuring healthy conversation.”

“We want everyone’s experience on Twitter to be free of abuse, harassment and other types of behaviors that can detract or distort from the public conversation,” she added.

Here are some examples of these “anti-bias” scholars’ open bias:

I’d say that, based on these tweets, not only can we not trust these academics to help combat bias in Twitter’s business practices, but we can’t even trust them to reasonably cope with reality.


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