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Twitter insider: Antifa accounts don't break rules against violence


BreitbartTwitter does not currently believe accounts expressing support for the violent extremist “Antifa” movement, including the account linked to last week’s brutal assault on journalist Andy Ngo, are in violation of its terms of service according to a person familiar with the situation.

According to the source, Twitter believes that the “Rose City Antifa” account, the official Twitter presence of the Portland-based mob behind the attack on Ngo, is not currently in violation of the platform’s terms of service. This seems at odds with Twitter’s rules in a section titled “violent extremist groups” which reads, “Groups included in this policy will be those that identify as such or engage in activity — both on and off the platform — that promotes violence.”

To paraphrase a famous leftist, "It's not the rules that matter, it's who enforces the rules." And the rules are enforced by people who have trouble figuring out which gender they are.

This entry was published Sat Jul 06 06:08:09 CDT 2019 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2019-07-06 06:08:09.0. [Tweet]

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