The Democratic National Committee attempted to use its Twitter account to rally support for Facebook to “permanently ban” Donald Trump but instead drew harsh criticism from thousands of users. Shared the same day Facebook’s Oversight Board decided to uphold the platform’s decision to suspend Trump, the Democratic party’s post calls to make the decision permanent. “Facebook should permanently ban Donald Trump,” a graphic reads with the caption “retweet if you agree.” Retweet if you agree. pic.twitter.com/4S7GYqEp9L — The Democrats (@TheDemocrats) May 5, 2021 At the time of publication, replies outnumber the post’s “likes” and “retweets” by nearly double – a
Following a National Pulse exposè revealing racist tweets from Clarke Humphrey, President Biden’s Deputy Digital Director for his COVID-19 Response team, she locked her Twitter account. Among the anti-white tweets exposed by The National Pulse were calls to “ban white people,” instructing people to “don’t get in a car with white ppl,” and insisting “we truly do gotta get white men all the way outta here.”Additionally, National Pulse Investigative Reporter Natalie Winters shared two old posts from Humphrey referencing Asians on Twitter. “Lol but i had to deal with all the asians with all that wic and they couldnt even speak english most of the
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Twitter has suspended Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe. O’Keefe’s Twitter page now reads “account suspended,” signaling that the move is a permanent ban on his account. The suspension follows his organization capturing undercover footage of CNN Technical Director Charlie Chester admitting the network engaged in “propaganda” to remove former President Donald Trump from office and similar tactics against Rep. Matt Gaetz.
The Digital Director of President Biden’s COVID-19 Response Team has previously shared racist tweets, including calls for “bans” on white people, The National Pulse can today reveal. The unearthed posts from Clarke Humphrey – a former Deputy Digital Director for the Biden campaign and current member of the Biden White House – are as recent as 2019, while she was working for the Democratic National Committee (DNC). Also the former Director of Online Fundraising for the DNC, Humphrey posted about “banning” white people, as well as a number of other racially-charged, aggressive, hateful messages. Humphrey told a Twitter user “don’t
The Chinese Communist Party’s Cyberspace Administration of China has boasted of one of the most critical connections between the 2020 U.S. Presidential election, the COVID-19 pandemic, and the groups and individuals campaigning to stop President Trump and his “America First” agenda, The National Pulse can exclusively reveal. New, bombshell admissions over China’s influence in both the United States and Europe link organizations such as the Berggruen Institute with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The Berggruen Institute first rose to national attention after co-founding the “Transition Integrity Project” which advised on how Joe Biden could seize power on the back of
Twitter claimed its suspension of Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor-Greene was a result of an “automated systems error.” The suspension of Greene’s account also coincided with House Democrats attempting to expel the Georgia representative from Congress. A Twitter spokesperson, however, attributed the suspension to the platform’s “automated systems” making an “error”: “We use a combination of technology and human review to enforce the Twitter Rules across the service. In this case, our automated systems took enforcement action on the account referenced in error. This action has been reversed, and access to the account has been reinstated.” Greene’s office told The National Pulse
Twitter is seeking the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by a child sex trafficking victim and relying on Section 230 to do so. The controversial section of the Communications Decency Act, which has recently come under fire from conservatives, is a critical part of Twitter’s argument for the dismissal of the case. “Given that Twitter’s alleged liability here rests on its failure to remove content from its platform, dismissal of the Complaint with prejudice is warranted on this ground alone,” the social media platform argued. “The lawsuit, filed in January, is accusing the Silicon Valley company of knowingly benefiting financially from