(Republicaninformer.com)- Hillary Clinton vowed to remain on Twitter even if former President Trump’s permanent ban is lifted.
Clinton appeared on the Sirius XM show “Mornings with Zerlina” last week where she was asked about the possibility of Donald Trump being allowed back on Twitter now that Tesla CEO Elon Musk has taken over the company.
Clinton said she didn’t think Trump’s return would make her quit the platform, “at least for that reason.”
She argued that it was important to maintain a presence “in these echo chambers, these information ecosystems” as a way to “compete in the marketplace of ideas.” However, Clinton added, “it’s not easy.”
Hillary also declared that people who “incite violence” should never be permitted on “privately owned media platforms.”
“But we’ll see how that unfolds,” Hillary said.
When you consider that Democrats believe Republicans running campaign ads urging voters to “Fire Pelosi” is tantamount to “inciting violence,” you can see just how dishonest Hillary Clinton is.
It isn’t violence she wants to ban; it’s her political opponents.
The Left’s claim that Musk’s firing half of the company’s 8,000 employees will unleash some kind of tidal wave of “hate speech” and “violence” has already been proven false.
According to Yoel Roth, Twitter’s head of Safety and Integrity, Twitter’s 2,000 content moderators were largely unaffected by the mass layoffs. Roth tweeted that the daily volume of “moderation actions” has not gone down since Musk purchased the company.
In a separate tweet, Musk assured users that Twitter’s “commitment to content moderation remains absolutely unchanged.” He said since taking over the company, “hateful speech” on the platform has “declined below prior norms.”
Hillary Clinton and the rest of the Left aren’t afraid that Twitter will permit misinformation, “hate speech,” and incitement of violence. What they’re afraid of is that Musk will no longer exclusively target their political opponents while giving them a pass when it comes to their own “hate speech,” misinformation, and incitement.