They tested this technology on us during the Ferguson uprising using hashtags promoted by BLM and Deray, minions of Facebook and Twitter, nobodies elevated by both platforms to give the appearance of leadership and credibility where there was none. This is about more than tracking. The use of hashtags was a setup. BLM and Deray encouraged protesters to use certain hashtags and post their movements & actions on social media. It is no coincidence Deray was close friends with Twitter founder Jack Dorsey. Nobody finds it curious a tech mogul had such an interest in a ‘protester” who came out of nowhere, wasn’t from Ferguson, didn’t have any ties to the region wasn’t knowledgeable about the region yet was anointed to a leadership position based on Twitter followers? Protesters were ambushed, their devices wiped, audio and video evidence of police abuses erased. Once law enforcement, Facebook and Twitter were successful in testing this technology it was implemented elsewhere. Here’s one example… <br><br>You could being traced right now.

They tested this technology on us during the Ferguson uprising using hashtags promoted by BLM and Deray, minions of Facebook and Twitter, nobodies elevated by both platforms to give the appearance of leadership and credibility where there was none. This is about more than tracking. The use of hashtags was a setup. BLM and Deray encouraged protesters to use certain hashtags and post their movements & actions on social media. It is no coincidence Deray was close friends with Twitter founder Jack Dorsey. Nobody finds it curious a tech mogul had such an interest in a ‘protester” who came out of nowhere, wasn’t from Ferguson, didn’t have any ties to the region wasn’t knowledgeable about the region yet was anointed to a leadership position based on Twitter followers? Protesters were ambushed, their devices wiped, audio and video evidence of police abuses erased. Once law enforcement, Facebook and Twitter were successful in testing this technology it was implemented elsewhere. Here’s one example…

You could being traced right now.

UNC police used geofencing tech to monitor antiracism protestors

Police used the technology to collect info from a protest at a Confederate statue on the UNC campus known as “Silent Sam.”

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