Yoel Roth Pushed for a Permanent Suspension of GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz Even Though He Didn’t Violate Twitter Rules

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Elon Musk’s “Twitter Files” part 4 was released by Michael Shellenberger Saturday evening.

Part 4 of the release includes part 2 of the internal discussions leading up to the ‘removal of Trump’

President Trump was ultimately banned from Twitter on January 8, 2021.

Twitter execs, particularly Yoel Roth and Vijaya Gadde, changed its policy in order to ban Trump from the platform.

Yoel Roth said, “In this specific case, we’re changing our public interest approach for [Trump’s] account…”

What happens next is essential to understanding how Twitter justified banning Trump.

Sales exec: “are we dropping the public interest [policy] now…”

Roth, six hours later: “In this specific case, we’re changing our public interest approach for his account…” pic.twitter.com/XRUFil2npI

— Michael Shellenberger (@ShellenbergerMD) December 11, 2022

Yoel Roth then targeted GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz after he found a way to ban Trump.

Vijaya Gadde was okay with the ‘Trust and Safety’ team banning Matt Gaetz.

Matt Gaetz didn’t even violate any of Twitter’s so-called rules.

Roth pushes for a permanent suspension of Rep. Matt Gaetz even though it “doesn’t quite fit anywhere (duh)”

It’s a kind of test case for the rationale for banning Trump.

“I’m trying to talk [Twitter’s] safety [team] into… removal as a conspiracy that incites violence.” pic.twitter.com/ZQP6u1zevy

— Michael Shellenberger (@ShellenbergerMD) December 11, 2022

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