Top Twitter staffers 'posted hatred for Donald Trump and love for Joe Biden,' investigation reveals

TWITTER senior executives reportedly posted about their hatred for President Donald Trump before the social media company decided to censor a New York Post story about alleged Hunter Biden emails.

An investigation by the Post claims numerous tweets, most of which could not be independently verified by The Sun, filled with profanity and anti-Trump hatred that reportedly continue to exist online.




A senior site reliability engineer allegedly posted “GET HIM OUT” and “What a f—king baboon” regarding Trump.

Other senior executives reportedly wished the president harm, including one engineering manager who allegedly said Trump should “die in a fire.”

The report alleged that Twitter finally ordered that tweet to be deleted on May 29 – but claimed that none of these comments have ever been flagged by the company.

Other allegations made in the report include that Twitter employees have phone banked for Biden and urged other workers to donate to Democratic campaigns for seats in the senate.

The Post also claimed that Twitter workers even “spread lies” about the Trump family – including senior staff engineer Chris Woodfield who claimed Melania Trump had a “possible stint as a sex worker.”

Rob Dehuff, a brand strategist at Twitter, called the president an “egomaniacal blowhard” in a tweet that can still be viewed online.

“Donald Trump is an egomaniacal blowhard who’s presidency will forever be a stain on our country’s history, and will take years of political rehabilitation to cleanse from our collective conscience,” Dehuff tweeted.

Twitter, Facebook and other social media companies have often come under fire from conservatives since workers on Facebook’s Trending News team were first accused of suppressing conservative news in 2016.

Trump and his administration have often railed against the social media giants – mostly recently for the censorship of the New York Post story claiming to show an email linking Joe Biden to his son's job at Ukrainian gas firm Burisma.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey later apologized for the way the story was blocked and Facebook admitted it has taken steps to slow the spread of the story until it has been processed by its "third-party fact checking partners.”

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