Questions swirl after Project Veritas video
Paul Joseph Watson
January 10, 2018
The revelation that Twitter employees can read everyone’s private messages has prompted some to ask if resentful anti-Trump staffers could leak sensitive information from the president’s own account.
Earlier today, Project Veritas dropped a new undercover video in which Clay Haynes, a senior network security engineer at Twitter, acknowledged that the social media company had the power to do things that were “actually very terrifying”.
When asked to explain, Haynes responded, “We have full access to every single person’s account, every single direct message, deleted direct messages, deleted tweets.”
Clay Haynes on the power Twitter employees have: “It’s terrifying in my opinion…” “It’s very, very dangerous… also it’s very creepy Big Brother-ish”
— James O’Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) January 10, 2018
The engineer went on to add that he would be “more than happy to help the Department of Justice in their little investigation” by providing them with “every single tweet that [Trump] has posted, even the ones he’s deleted. Any direct messages, any mentions.”
This prompted some to wonder whether employees working for the notoriously far-left company would abuse this power to sabotage Donald Trump.
“Hey @jack, are Twitter employees accessing @realDonaldTrump’s DMs and passing them on to Democrat operatives and reporters? The new @Project_Veritas video demands answers,” asked Mark Dice.
— Mark Dice (@MarkDice) January 10, 2018
Although it’s highly unlikely that Trump personally uses Twitter’s direct message service to…