Donald Trump was banned from Twitter two days after the January 6 Capitol riot.
In July, the Jan. 6 panel played a recording of an interview with an anonymous Twitter employee.
The whistleblower said the company was reluctant to take stronger actions against Trump’s account.
The employee, Anika Collier Navaroli, spoke with The Washington Post on why she decided to testify.
The Twitter whistleblower who anonymously testified before the January 6 panel and argued that her company’s leadership was reluctant to take strong actions against Donald Trump’s account publicly stepped forward Thursday.
Anika Collier Navaroli spoke with The Washington Post months after she testified before the committee. In her conversation, she shared why she decided to speak with congressional investigators and the fears she had for the future of democracy after she saw the former president spread false claims of a rigged election.
“My fear within the American context is that we have seen our last peaceful…
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