U.S. - Since the 2020 election, social media platforms have instituted strict policies prohibiting anyone from questioning the integrity of an election. According to several sources within Silicon Valley, these platforms plan to reverse that policy after Republicans win all the elections this coming November.
"It is a grave, grave sin to question or challenge the integrity of our sacred elections, and we must ban anyone who does so. We cannot allow people to erode trust in our holy democracy," said YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki. "That is, unless, Republicans win. Then we'll know the elections were totally rigged and democracy is under attack."
Platforms like Twitter and Facebook plan to reverse their policies against questioning election integrity sometime around November 8, 2022, after the Republican party wins almost every local, state, and federal election as they are projected to do.
"Sometime in November, we will actually start banning and demonetizing creators who don't question election integrity," said Wojcicki. "If you're not blaming Democrat losses on Russian interference, fraud, or racism, you are an enemy of democracy and have no place on our platform."
Some conservatives have placed their hope in Elon Musk, who plans to buy Twitter and make it a "maximally trusted" free speech platform. He has also announced some content moderation changes, however, promising to ban any user who doesn't reply with the word "NICE" to any candidate who wins with at least 69% of the vote.
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