Undercover Video Catches Twitter Staff Boasting of Censoring Conservatives, Blasting Elon Musk

Several Twitter employees have been caught boasting about censoring conservatives and blasting Elon Musk during an undercover video sting.

James O’Keefe’s investigative journalism group Project Veritas caught the staff members proudly admitting to silencing conservative voices while promoting leftists.

Twitter’s employees are seen openly gloating about discriminating against users over their political beliefs and saying they “hate” Elon Musk because they are extremely opposed to free speech.

One engineer tells an undercover reporter that employees are unhappy about a possible takeover by Tesla CEO Musk.

While explaining why they “hate” Musk, one of Twitter’s senior engineers, Siru Murugesan, says it’s because the tech mogul is a “capitalist.”

Murugesan goes on to proudly explain he and the rest of Twitter’s staff are “commie as f**k.”

In a recently published video by Project Veritas, Murugesan admits that Twitter actively moderates conservatives while leftist viewpoints are accepted across the platform.

Discussing Musk’s attempted takeover of Twitter, Murugesan noted that many of his colleagues have stated that “this would be my last day if it happens.”

He noted that many Twitter employees are “stress-eating” and “worried for our jobs.”

Murugesan openly states: “Our jobs are at stake; he’s a capitalist and we weren’t really operating as capitalists, more like very socialist.

“We’re all like commie as f**k.”

Murugesan says that a major issue for staff is Musk’s alleged dedication to free speech.

He reveals that the First Amendment is a concept that Murugesan says is at odds with most Twitter employees’ values.

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“Twitter does not believe in free speech,” Murugesan brags.

Murugesan claimed that employees at the firm actively attempted to shut down Musk’s takeover, stating: “We did all we could to like revolt against it.

“A lot of employees were revolting against it, but at the end of the day, the board of directors have the say.”

Murugesan added that he thought the Twitter board “… acted on their best interests ‘cause they didn’t want to get sued….

“They’re always looking out for themselves at the end of the day.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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