Election Interference: Twitter Lets Georgia Runoff Misinformation Go Viral, No Warning Label

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by Lucas Nolan

While promising to crack down on election misinformation on its platform and labeling a large number of President Donald Trump’s posts, Twitter allowed misinformation about Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) to spread virally across its platform freely.

Social media giant Twitter has promised to make many efforts to prevent the spread of misinformation on its platform. In recent months the site has blocked users from sharing links to lawyer Sidney Powell’s lawsuit relating to widespread voter fraud in the 2020 Presidential election, announcing plans to send users warnings if they attempt to “like” tweets that Twitter determines constitute misinformation, and repeatedly censoring or labeling tweets from President Donald Trump relating to the recent election.

However, despite Twitter’s supposed dedication to cracking down on misinformation, the site allowed a number of tweets about Sen.Kelly Loeffler to spread virally across its platform, some with tens of thousands of likes are still active on the platform with no warnings or labels whatsoever. Read the rest HERE.

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1 Response to Election Interference: Twitter Lets Georgia Runoff Misinformation Go Viral, No Warning Label

  1. The Flash says:

    So, a Leftist lies to us, then uses his position to get what he wants at the expense of millions of other people. Where’s the story?

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