Federal courts are not televised (for reasons that are not good enough, in my opinion). Because of that, the trial of Jeffrey Epstein’s girlfriend and madam, Ghislaine Maxwell, who is charged with sex trafficking and conspiracy, is being held behind closed doors. Everyone knows that this is better for the powers that be, but we aren’t allowed to talk about it. And speaking of the things we aren’t allowed to say, the Twitter account with half a million followers called @TrackerTrial got suspended for… well, we’re not sure… but you know.
Maxwell trial tracker did not kill itself pic.twitter.com/lHj5e4jALU
— Greg Capital (@phoenixvalue) December 8, 2021
According to the anonymous founder of the account, writing on The Free Press Report via Substack, it wasn’t made clear to him (or her) either, but Twitter killed it just the same. “I woke up this morning and the @TrackerTrial account on Twitter was suspended. All the other accounts that I have made in the past were also suspended,” the author wrote. The only explanation Twitter gave was something nebulous about “platform manipulation” and “spam.” Yeah, sure. The account resurfaced a few hours later under the name @TrackerTrial2 with a mere 28k followers. Mission accomplished, Big Tech.
Coverage of the Maxwell trial has been sparse. Even the judge complained that the exhibits were too redacted. Why are they giving redacted documents to a judge? I would laugh at the audacity of the cover-up, but kids were sex-trafficked and everyone who took part in it should get thrown into prison forever. That’s never going to happen and it makes me livid. (Why isn’t Prince Andrew on trial, again?)
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