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1. Twitter broadened its definition of "hate speech" last Tuesday. Here's why...
2. According to their official announcement, Twitter is specifically targeting any objectionable language directed at "[Religious Groups]."

However, many people felt Twitter's use of "Religious Groups" was simply an attempt to obfuscate who they were really trying to protect.
3. Poll: By banning tweets targeting [Religious Groups], what religious group was Twitter actually trying to prevent people from criticizing?
4. To discover Twitter's true intent behind their policy change, we have to go back to a tweet from Louis Farrakhan that occurred in October of 2018, sparking outrage from Jewish groups like the ADL, SPLC, and even Ben Shapiro.
5. The Jewish Democratic Council of America even started a petition to ban Farrakhan from Twitter and Rabbi Shmuley called on Senator Cory Booker, his close friend, to condemn the leader of the Nation of Islam.
6. Incidentally, many Jews responded to Rabbi Shmuley's tweet, claiming that Senator Booker is "no friend to Jews."

Imagine if white people thought in terms of their own racial in-group like this, i.e. "no friend to whites." Jews would scream "racism." Hypocrisy.

But I digress.
7. A month ago, Farrakhan tweeted another barb at Jews - this time citing a Bible verse condemning Jews as the "Synagogue of Satan." Again, Jews were incensed at Twitter's failure to comply with their calls to ban Farrakhan, but did succeed in getting his blue checkmark revoked.
8. Coincidentally, three days before Twitter implemented their new policy regarding [Religious Groups], Daily Caller inquired if Twitter had plans to remove the "termite" tweet or ban Farrakhan outright. Twitter responded "no," and that Farrakhan had broken no rules.
9. Two days before Twitter implemented its new policy, CNN's Jake Tapper openly condemned Twitter to his millions of followers for allowing Minister Farrakhan to retain his account. Jake has tweeted almost 40 times about Farrakhan, but this time he accused Twitter of complicity.
10. Jake Tapper followed up the next day with another tweet - just one day before Twitter implemented its policy change. The usual (Jewish) suspects piled on like ADL head, Jonathan Greenblatt. At this point, Twitter was at the precipice of an imminent PR disaster.
11. To further embroil Twitter, Trump's Social Media Summit was scheduled for Thursday. The summit was an opportunity for invitees to scrutinize social media platforms' censorship policies, and Farrakhan's "termite" tweet would certainly have been leveraged against Twitter.
12. Considering the recent pressure from Jews to get Farrakhan removed, and the imminent Social Media Summit at the White House, Twitter decided to curtail further bad publicity involving Farrakhan and capitulate to Jewish demands. Daily Caller & Washington Times agree 👇
13. Further proof that Twitter's policy change was brought about by the Jewish crusade to silence Farrakhan was the preponderance of Jewish media outlets that simultaneously reported that Twitter's policy change had forced Farrakhan to remove several tweets Jews didn't like.
14. Some might be wondering why it took so much effort for Jews to censor Farrakhan. Was it because Jewish control of the media is just an untrue, anti-Semitic conspiracy theory? Nope, it was just a bigger, more sensitive lift for Jews.

Jake Tapper explains why:
15. So, now that we know why Twitter has changed its policy, it's obvious [Religious Groups] was just a pseudonym for "Jews." This was simply Twitter's effort to obfuscate who was really behind their policy change because the truth would have fomented more anti-Semitism.
16. So Jews have made it a moral imperative to avoid telling the truth, because the simple act of telling the truth about Jewish behavior foments anti-Semitism. But should we really eschew the truth to avoid fomenting anti-Semitism, or should Jews change their behavior? ⛔End.
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