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Twitter says that Christopher Rufo was incorrectly verified, removes his blue check

As Twitchy demonstrated earlier, Christopher Rufo has become a Twitter star for posting whistleblower documents from DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion) training sessions from corporations, schools, and government organizations; today he highlighted Google’s anti-racism initiative.

Rufo lost his blue check Tuesday for some reason — Twitter told him that a recent review of his account showed that he was verified incorrectly.

That’s almost guaranteed. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey last year gave $10 million, no strings attached, to Ibram X. Kendi’s Boston University Center for Antiracist Research — and Kendi was a featured speaker at Google’s anti-racism training that Rufo tweeted about today.

Why did Twitter just now decide to review Rufo’s account to see that it was properly verfied?



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