Social Media Giant Caught Working with DoJ to Undermine President Trump

Once again we learn the top dogs of a social media site are liberal tools. Clay Haynes of Twitter got snagged in a Project Veritas undercover sting. He’s a senior network security engineer at Twitter who revealed to a Veritas undercover reporter that his company is “more than happy” to turn over the private communications and deleted tweets of President Donald Trump to the Department of Justice. If he’s being honest instead of bragging we don’t know if Twitter is voluntarily disclosing this sensitive information or acting under a court order (video of meeting embedded below).

According to his LinkedIn profile, Clay Haynes has been employed by Twitter since September 2016. On January 3, 2018, he met with a Project Veritas undercover journalist (UCJ) at Stookeys Club Moderne in San Francisco. Using a hidden video camera, the Veritas UCJ captures Haynes stating that “we’re more than happy to help the DOJ with their little investigation” of President Trump.

When prompted by the UCJ, Mr. Haynes provides additional details,

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“Basically, giving them every single tweet that he’s posted. Even the ones he’s deleted, any direct messages, any mentions…”

“…he’s dangerous, I don’t like him and he’s a terrible human being and I want to get rid of him,” the self-described bleeding-heart liberal Haynes says in the video about President Trump. “In fact, we had internal reviews about that…”

In the video, he also suggests he has seen the Presidents and Donald Jr’s database of tweets, “you should look at junior and senior [Twitter accounts] and see what’s in there”

A few day’s later (1/7), Project Veritas leader James O’Keefe went undercover with Haynes to ask of Twitter was indeed working with the Department of Justice to hand over Trump’s private (DMs), public, and even erased tweets. When pressed about looking at Donald Trump’s messages, Haynes backed off explaining, “We have a subpoena process for that very reason.”



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