Another day, another undercover Project Veritas video showing the intentional and remorseless bias against conservatives and anyone else not far-left on the cancerous social media platform known as Twitter. The sweet part is that it’s Twitter’s own panicking employees that confirm what many have thought for years — the left places ideology over money, because they think they can just print more.
A Project Veritas undercover reporter spoke multiple times with Twitter’s “Lead Client Partner,” Alex Martinez.
Martinez didn’t do himself any favors in the seemingly private conversations, not because of what he revealed about the company, but because of his own prejudices against a group of people that in some cases can’t defend themselves — special needs people.
Before we get into the ignorant statements Martinez made that will haunt him for the foreseeable future, here’s a couple of comments he made about the company he works for, Twitter.
About Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s possible purchase of Twitter
“There are people that are gonna try to push back as much as they can, because we are doing…the rest of us who have been here, believe in something that’s good for the planet and not just to give people free speech.”
“And it’s going to be hard for him [Elon Musk] to be like, “uh, because people should make their own decision. It’s like, no, but people don’t know how to make a rational decision if you don’t put out correct things that are supposed to be out in public.”
About whether Twitter cares “more about profit or ideology.” (Notice that Martinez admits that Twitter isn’t currently making money, which is one of the questions being examined that’s holding up Musk’s possible purchase of the company.)
“Now I think it’s about, well, right now we don’t make profit. So it’s gonna say ideology, which is what’s led us into not being profitable.”
“Twitter’s not profitable.”
“Well, if we’re implementing all these rules that they’re — and Elon wants to dismantle them, then technically our ideology has led us to not making money because we’re not making money.”
The capper on all of Martinez’s “hot takes” was when he spoke of Musk personally and that his situation of living with Asperger syndrome makes his decision making suspect — and that’s putting it politely.
“Elon Musk as a person is whatever. I don’t…like he’s a looney tune. He has Asperger’s. So, he’s special. We all know that. And that’s fine. So here, no one’s gonna say some f**king crazy sh*t because he’s special.”
“Cause again, like…don’t you also see his piece about ‘why can’t we just all love each other?’ Haven’t you seen his other tweets where he’s like — I’m like, you’re special needs. You’re literally special needs. Literally though, you really are. So I can’t even take what you’re saying seriously, cause you’re special.”
Martinez showed the undercover Veritas reporter an email from Twitter’s Corporate Security, essentially warning “tweeps” — which are employees of Twitter — that they’re being targeted to give inside information about the company.
Martinez even admitted to the undercover reporter that he knew about Veritas and their reporters going on “dates” with Twitter employees for videos just like the one he didn’t know he was a part of.
Well, I’m guessing as of the release of this Veritas video, Martinez knows now.
For the full video from Project Veritas, watch below: