In a secret recording, Twitter blames Alex Martinez for not creating the ideology.

In Secret Recordings, Twitter blames 'Ideology' for not making profits

Twitter lead client partner, Alex Martinez, discusses the company in a footage

Washington:

In another secret recording released by the American far-right working group Project Veritas, a Twitter employee revealed that the company was not profitable because of their vigilante ideology and that the company presented “correct” opinions to the public and ridiculed Elon Musk’s development disorder. .

Project Veritas, in the second part of its series on Twitter, has released footage featuring Twitter’s lead client partner, Alex Martinez, discussing the company’s ideology, condemning Elon Musk’s acquisition of the company.

The video shows Alex Martinez criticizing Tesla CEO’s views on freedom of speech on the platform, saying “the rest of us who are here believe in something that is good for the planet and not just for people to talk about.”

“People don’t know how to make a reasonable decision if you don’t disclose – the right things that should be disclosed to the public, don’t you?” He said.

Martinez also made unpleasant remarks about Asperger’s syndrome.

“She has Asperger’s,” Martinez says at one point, “so, she’s special.” Going further, Martinez later said, “We all know it and it’s okay. So here, no one will say anything f ** king crazy because he’s special.”

Twitter, a man described as a senior engineer at the social media giant, said Twitter did not believe in freedom of speech and that it came a day after people at the company “hated” the 44 44 billion bid to take control of Elon Musk. Institutions.

The video allegedly shows Siru Murugesan, a senior Twitter engineer, that the company has a strong leftist bias and that the rightists were publicly censored.

The Tesla CEO said on Tuesday that the microblogging giant would take over its 44 44 billion Twitter account if it was able to prove that less than 5 percent of its users are bots.

His tweet came in response to a Twitter user who wrote that the billionaire entrepreneur was looking for a better deal because the amount quoted earlier seems to be too much for 20 percent of users using fake or spam accounts.

Twitter CEO Parag Agarwal made the remarks after issuing multiple tweets amid controversy surrounding the spam debate between the company and Musk.

(Except for the title, this story was not edited by NDTV staff and was published from a syndicated feed.)

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