BREAKING NEWS: Project Veritas Shared Leaked Audio Of Twitter Meeting After Musk’s Purchase!

Project Veritas released the leaked audio recording of Twitter’s staff meeting about Musk’s purchase of the platform.

There, we can hear staff talking about their concerns about Musk clarifying his motivation for transforming Twitter into a free speech platform. It will eliminate the extreme censorship and lack of transparency!

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“I believe Twitter grows as a service, allows for more people to use the product… because we have built tools, processes for people to be able to feel safe and control their experiences… Sometimes that means more thoughtful moderation,” Parag Agrawal, CEO, Twitter, says.


The audio is one minute long, but it reveals a lot. However, PV Founder James O’Keefe shared he would share more.

“Gadde, who has worked at Twitter since 2011, is the key executive charged with overseeing Twitter’s trust and safety, legal and public policy functions. She is seen internally as Twitter’s ‘authority’ and the executive tasked with handling sensitive issues like harassment and dangerous speech,” Politico reported.

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