AOC rallies supporters to engage in coördinated campaign to flag Twitter and Facebook critics for censorship

U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY 14) solicited assistance from her political supporters to engage in a coördinated campaign to flag her critics on the Twitter social media platform for censorship.

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Photographs included in the Complaint for Declaratory and Injunctive Relief show abuses by the New York Police Department and examples of injuries suffered by some of the participants in the George Floyd-inspired anti-racism and anti-police brutality protests of 2020. Office of the New York State Attorney General (Fair Use)

Acting U.S. Attorney Audrey Strauss mum as State Attorney General Letitia James seizes moral authority to sue the NYPD over Constitutional rights violations

Acting U.S. Attorney Audrey Strauss is in hiding following having been trashed in Letitia James’ Federal lawsuit for apparently countenancing NYPD’s Constitutional rights abuses.

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey testified before the U.S. Senate on Wednesday, denying allegations that the social media giant was engaged in on-going censorship, an assertion that was disputed by the New York Post and Progress New York. C-Span (Screen Shot) (Fair Use)

Twitter and other social media honchos testified before a U.S. Senate committee, as separate acts of censorship continue against the New York Post and the C’est Vrai app

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey testified before the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee, answering questions about the censorship of The New York Post as Republicans escalate scrutiny over social media giants. CEO’s of Facebook and Google also testified.

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Twitter censored the C’est Vrai app after the social media giant made an extortious demand to control tweet content

Twitter censored the C’est Vrai app’s programming privileges after Progress New York refused to allow the social media giant to control tweet content. C’est Vrai is a Web application that provides computer-assisted research services to Progress New York. The tweet content that was the subject of controversy represented public service journalism delivered over social media.

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