The Internet Accountability Project, or IAP, is a group that’s been formed to fight censorship of conservatives in Big Tech. Including, of course, our supposedly totally unbiased friends at Twitter who swear they have nothing against conservative accounts on their site.
Ironically, Twitter took it upon themselves to prove IAP right and marked their article as sensitive content.
Look at this nonsense.
— Internet Accountability Project (IAP) (@The_IAP) September 19, 2019
Twitter is all but warning people about even looking at the tweet, let alone reading the article.
Wow. @Twitter censored a Tweet about yesterday's launch of @The_IAP, a new group formed to fight @Twitter's censorship of conservatives and other "bad acts" by Big Tech bullies. Apparently, they don't realize that @RachelBovard and I will fight back. https://t.co/cyy8a6hb9z https://t.co/4DQxx49NOl
— Mike Davis (@mrddmia) September 19, 2019
It’s like Twitter did everything it could to prove IAP right.
Remember when Jack told Congress there is no political bias on Twitter?
I didn't know this was a thing. Now I do. I'll be spreading the word.
— Kevin (@themoralskeptic) September 19, 2019
— Ron Coleman (@RonColeman) September 19, 2019
Wow is right.
By the way, this is the tweet Twitter actually marked as sensitive:
— Jenny Beth Martin (@jennybethm) September 19, 2019
Yeah, super censorship-worthy.