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Twitter Set to Incorporate Color-Coded ‘Misinformation’ Scale

The news is sure to be met with consternation from American conservatives and freethinkers alike, who are growing ever more concerned about the possibility of a technocratic oligarchy rising in the United States. 

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Twitter, a company whose early existence hinged on silly cat videos and tweeting rude things at celebrities, is now positioning themselves to be the arbiters of truth in our modern, mad society, and it’s raising all sort of concerns about the influence that a handful of Silicon Valley villains will have on our national narrative.

The company has long faced criticism for its unending bias against concmsvative voices and ideals, culminating in their outright ban of then-President Donald Trump in the waning days of his first term.

Now, in a stunning overreach of whatever authority they believe that they have, Twitter is set to begin color-coding the truth, based on their own personal view of it.

Twitter users will soon see new warning labels on false and misleading tweets, redesigned to make them more effective and less confusing. The labels, which the company has been testing since July, are an update from those Twitter used for election misinformation before and after the 2020 presidential contest. Those labels drew criticism for not doing enough to keep people from spreading obvious falsehoods. The redesign launching worldwide on Tuesday is an attempt to make them more useful and easier to notice, among other things, the AP reports.

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Not only will they be coded, but the platform will restrict interactions with tweets that don’t meet their arbitrary standards.

The new designs added orange and red to the labels so they stand out more than the old version, which was blue and blended in with Twitter’s color scheme. While this can help, Twitter said its tests showed that if a label is too eye-catching, it leads to more people to retweet and reply to the original tweet. Tweets with more serious misinformation—for instance, a tweet claiming that vaccines cause autism—will get a stronger label, with the word “misleading” and a red exclamation point. It won’t be possible to reply to, like, or retweet these messages.

The news is sure to be met with consternation from American conservatives and freethinkers alike, who are growing ever more concerned about the possibility of a technocratic oligarchy rising in the United States.

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WATCH: Pro-Freedom Tune Soars to Top Hip Hop Song Shocking Liberals

The world of hip hop was stunned last week when a pro-freedom song topped the hip hop charts.

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The world of hip hop was stunned last week when a pro-freedom song topped the hip hop charts.

Rappers Hi-Rez and Jimmy Levy recently produced their new song, “This Is War,” and despite the angst of liberals everywhere, the song quickly soared to the most downloaded song on the charts.

Starting out warning that “this is a war on religion,” the lyrics go on to tell listeners that if we don’t stand up for something, we’ll fall for nothing.

Take a listen:

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The rappers were both amazed and thankful for the success.

“Can’t believe my song is the most bought hip hop song of the day today! I know people don’t really buy music anymore but it’s still a crazy accomplishment. thank you all! Keep buying and help it stay on the charts!” Hi-Rez wrote on Twitter.

Levy added: “I want to go back in time to the night of my 21 bday, when I was under the water of my pool trying to drown myself & say to just wait & see all that God would do! I’m now 23 & with a #1 song & helping people in hard times Unite Worldwide! All Glory to God!”

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The world of hip hop was stunned last week when a pro-freedom song topped the hip hop charts. Rappers Hi-Rez and Jimmy Levy recently produced their new song, “This Is War,” and despite the angst of liberals everywhere, the song quickly soared to the most downloaded song on the charts. Starting out warning that “this is a war on religion,” the lyrics go on to tell listeners that if we don’t stand up for something, we’ll fall for nothing. Take a listen: https://youtu.be/O9a_P0evO7Y The rappers were both amazed and thankful for the success. “Can’t believe my song is the most bought hip hop song of the day today! I know people don’t really buy music anymore but it’s still a crazy accomplishment. thank you all! Keep buying and help it stay on the charts!” Hi-Rez wrote on Twitter. https://twitter.com/HiRezTheRapper/status/1446605717377626120 Levy added: “I want to go back in time to the night of my 21 bday, when I was under the water of my pool trying to drown myself & say to just wait & see all that God would do! I’m now 23 & with a #1 song & helping people in hard times Unite Worldwide! All Glory to God!” https://twitter.com/JimmyLevyMusic/status/1446543507250941976 Follow Warner Todd Huston on Facebook at: facebook.com/Warner.Todd.Huston.

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