Twitter Partners with AP and Reuters to Bury “Misinformation” and Prevent It from Going Viral

People don’t seem to understand that the hunt for “disinformation” is an end in and of itself.

They are going to continue to ban larger and larger categories of thought and information, as restricting people’s ability to think – which is what censorship is – is a program to restrict their ability to act.

From the Twitter blog post:

We’re excited to share that Twitter is collaborating with The Associated Press (AP) and Reuters to expand our efforts to identify and elevate credible information on Twitter.

We are committed to making sure that when people come to Twitter to see what’s happening, they are able to easily find reliable information. Twitter will be able to expand the scale and increase the speed of our efforts to provide timely, authoritative context across the wide range of global topics and conversations that happen on Twitter every day.

How Twitter currently surfaces credible information and context

Twitter’s Curation team helps give people context to make informed decisions about what they see on Twitter. When large or rapidly growing conversations happen on Twitter that may be noteworthy, controversial, sensitive, or may contain potentially misleading information, Twitter’s Curation team sources and elevates relevant context from reliable sources.

How this program will help expand these efforts

Through this program, Twitter’s Curation team will increase our capacity to add reliable context to conversations happening on Twitter. This joint work will increase the scale and speed of the current work outlined above by:

Increasing and improving context sharing: Ensuring that credible information is available in real time around key conversations as they emerge on Twitter, especially where facts are in dispute or when Twitter’s Curation team doesn’t have the specific expertise or access to a high enough volume of reputable reporting on Twitter. For example, people on Twitter can expect more Trends with contextual descriptions and links to reporting from trusted sources more frequently.

Anticipating and proactively identifying emerging conversation: Proactively providing context on topics garnering widespread interest including those that could potentially generate misleading information. Rather than waiting until something goes viral, Twitter will contextualize developing discourse at pace with or in anticipation of the public conversation.

Reuters and the AP are now officially “the word of God.”

As the reader is aware, we’ve basically been right about everything we’ve predicted, while the government and the media have been wrong about everything they’ve predicted.

Of course, they were wrong on purpose, as the agenda is to lead people through a winding process into a technological control grid.

But it looks very bad on them, to have been so consistently wrong, while “far right neo-Nazis” have successfully predicted every single outcome.

Imagine that we were saying that they would tell you the vaccine doesn’t work because there is a new strain over a year ago, long before the vaxx was ever released.

How could we know that, if everything that is happening is just the result of well-meaning officials in government trying to “follow the science”?

We don’t simply say “we predicted this” to say “haha, you fool! We’re so much smarter than you!”, but to show that this is a plan, and not the result of government officials simply trying to make the right call.

The media cannot make these arguments successfully as long as people are allowed to speak freely.

Just think about it: Hoax Watch (formerly “Tranny Watch”) has been labeled “disinfo,” and yet all of our predictions have been correct, up and down, for the entire length of this hoax.

No one can say we were not correct.

So what they are saying is that correct information is “disinfo.”