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Twitter’s senior executives have a protracted historical past of anti-Trump hatred, a Post assessment of dozens of accounts of high employees discovered.
The venom, vitriol and, in some instances, vows to assist Joe Biden throughout the end line in subsequent month’s presidential election proceed to stay on-line as the corporate earlier this week determined to censor The New York Post’s revelations about Hunter Biden’s emails to a marketing consultant for the Ukrainian vitality firm Burisma.
“GET HIM OUT,” posted a senior website reliability engineer on Aug. 18. “What a f–king baboon.”
One supervisor with nearly 9 years on the job mentioned he was fairly eager to look at Biden “crush [President Trump] in the election” and that he hoped the president would “be utterly humiliated while also suffering greatly from #COVID19.” In one other publish he fantasized in regards to the president being placed on a ventilator.
He calls Trump “a f–king idiot” and the voters who elected him — “hysterically f–king stupid people.”
At the identical time the worker has been a constant cheerleader of his firm’s efforts to rein within the president on the platform and curb the unfold of “misinformation.”
“I’m really proud of how quickly we’ve worked to make this possible for the US elections,” he wrote.
Others publicly want the president hurt.
One Twitter engineering supervisor mentioned Trump ought to “die in a fire” in a January 2017 tweet. A 12 months later, he rang within the new 12 months by saying “Happy 2018! Donald Trump is dead!”
None of those feedback have ever been flagged by Twitter or been topic to some other type of official sanction, even because the social-media big dishes out discipline to others for sharing professional information tales which may damage Biden. The firm lastly ordered the vicious tweet to be deleted on May 29 — years after being posted.
A constant theme amongst employees is a want to see Trump defeated.
A expertise model program supervisor cried after Trump was elected president and publicly vowed to oppose him.
A worldwide challenge supervisor with greater than a decade on the job posted proudly that he was cellphone banking for Biden.
A vp in gross sales finance mentioned supporting Biden alone was not sufficient, and urged colleagues to unfold money to Dems in aggressive Senate races.
After a fly landed on Vice President Mike Pence’s head throughout his debate with Sen. Kamala Harris on Oct. 7, the Twitter veep famous crudely that flies are “drawn to sh-t.”
One lady has labored at Twitter since 2012, along with her solely profession interruption being a four-month stint as a knowledge analyst for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential marketing campaign. She boasted how her husband twice sued the Trump administration.
“Trump must be defeated,” opined one other exec, a bunch product supervisor.
One worker took to Twitter final month to tell the world that her pup was a part of the resistance as effectively.
“Every night my dog takes a crap on the lawn of the one house on our street with a Trump sign,” she mentioned proudly.
Ad hominem jabs towards Trump and his administration had been commonplace amongst Twitter’s longtime ranks.
The firm’s world inventive partnership head has referred to as Trump “swine.” An affiliate model strategist labeled the president an “egomaniacal blowhard.” A gross sales supervisor in New York referred to as Trump “the Enron of presidents.”
Conservative critics — who’ve lengthy complained of Twitter’s systemic bias towards Republicans — weren’t stunned.
“It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out why they only selectively enforce these rules. It’s because the people who work there all believe the same things,” GOP strategist Chris Barron informed The Post. “A liberal [verified account] never has to pay a price for advocating violence.”
“We do not hire based on political beliefs and completely support our employees’ right to express themselves and support the causes they care about,” Twitter’s Chief Human Resources Officer Jennifer Christie mentioned in a press release to The Post.
“Our employees are professionals, and we require them to bring objectivity to their work regardless of their personal views. We will not be dissuaded from continuing to work to fairly and impartially enforce our rules.”
Spreading lies in regards to the Trump household can be not beneath Twitter’s sentinels. A senior employees engineer inquired why the media wasn’t wanting into Melania Trump’s “possible stint as a sex worker.” (The first girl denied this allegation and efficiently sued over it.)
Twitter’s “head of integrity” Yoel Roth was infamously busted over a collection of outdated tweets revealing him to be a die-hard Trump hater.
In his posts, Roth — who helped writer the coverage replace utilized by the corporate to flag and label posts from President Trump — in contrast White House officers to Nazis and Trump to a “racist tangerine.”