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The Digital Purge

Eight

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question from someone who isn't very smart, but if twitter has known all along that they have had a significant number of fake accounts on their system propping up user numbers and those user numbers played into the valuation of the twitter stock how is this not fraud and shouldn't certain parts of the federal government be interested in whether these accounts are real or not..
 

TxFrog1999

The Man Behind The Curtain
question from someone who isn't very smart, but if twitter has known all along that they have had a significant number of fake accounts on their system propping up user numbers and those user numbers played into the valuation of the twitter stock how is this not fraud and shouldn't certain parts of the federal government be interested in whether these accounts are real or not..
Because it is fraud and their entire business model is built on a house of cards, a sham, in order to help drive narratives in this country. They have to keep it hidden, they have to claim that information would expose personal data and is therefore off limits even to potential buyers of the platform, because if it's exposed the entire company will become nearly worthless overnight. Many people in the tech industry have theorized for years that Twitter has been acting unethically, boosting numbers and promoting narratives they agree with through inflated numbers; but, up until recently there wasn't a way to verify that. Now, Musk has upset the apple cart and this deal threatens to implicate Twitter executives in what should be a major fraud case. Of course, that would take a willing DOJ/SEC to actually care enough to pursue an investigation and eventually charges, and I think we all know that will never happen.
 

HFrog1999

Member
Because it is fraud and their entire business model is built on a house of cards, a sham, in order to help drive narratives in this country. They have to keep it hidden, they have to claim that information would expose personal data and is therefore off limits even to potential buyers of the platform, because if it's exposed the entire company will become nearly worthless overnight. Many people in the tech industry have theorized for years that Twitter has been acting unethically, boosting numbers and promoting narratives they agree with through inflated numbers; but, up until recently there wasn't a way to verify that. Now, Musk has upset the apple cart and this deal threatens to implicate Twitter executives in what should be a major fraud case. Of course, that would take a willing DOJ/SEC to actually care enough to pursue an investigation and eventually charges, and I think we all know that will never happen.


Rush exposed the fraud years ago because he was being harassed by what appeared to be thousands of people on Twitter, he had some experts investigate and they determined that it was a handful of Leftists using bots to inflate their numbers.
 

LVH

Active Member
He’s upset that people follow a Jew online and he thinks it’s a threat to Democracy

This is why I oppose red flag laws in regards to guns.

No doubt the DOJ would consult with moderators of sites like Twitter and Reddit to get a list of Trump supporters and then send out the ATF SWAT teams.
 

LVH

Active Member
Because it is fraud and their entire business model is built on a house of cards, a sham, in order to help drive narratives in this country. They have to keep it hidden, they have to claim that information would expose personal data and is therefore off limits even to potential buyers of the platform, because if it's exposed the entire company will become nearly worthless overnight. Many people in the tech industry have theorized for years that Twitter has been acting unethically, boosting numbers and promoting narratives they agree with through inflated numbers; but, up until recently there wasn't a way to verify that. Now, Musk has upset the apple cart and this deal threatens to implicate Twitter executives in what should be a major fraud case. Of course, that would take a willing DOJ/SEC to actually care enough to pursue an investigation and eventually charges, and I think we all know that will never happen.
Twitter's value has always been based on the fact it is an ideal echo chamber for the left.

They only brought in about $5 billion in revenue last year, which is nothing compared to how much it must cost for the data operations side. So where is the value? It's value is in being a unique public square that is heavily moderated to boost viewpoints from one side of the political aisle(which just so happens to be the viewpoints sympathetic to the interests of Washington DC) while at the same time censoring/shunning viewpoints from the other. This creates a giant echo chamber public square that gives out the illusion that the viewpoints sympathetic to DC are the vast majority, while those who hold viewpoints adverse to the interests of DC are given the illusion of being a small fringe minority - if they aren't outright censored. This is a way to gaslight people into believing that viewpoints held by a small percentage of Americans are actually the majority and those who don't hold those beliefs are out of touch and should question their sanity.

Other platforms like Facebook are structured in ways that make it difficult to pull this model off. Reddit is the closest thing to Twitter in terms of being a public square that is heavily moderated and censored to boost leftist views and censor views from the right.
 
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