Trafficking survivor admits Elon Musk is working to clean up something truly evil on Twitter

The Left have begun a nonstop smear campaign against Elon Musk.

They are furious that Twitter fell into the hands of someone they cannot completely control.

Now a trafficking survivor admitted Musk is working to clean up something truly evil on Twitter.

The establishment is furious that Elon Musk followed through with his plan to buy Twitter for $44 billion and take the company private.

Musk’s major transgression was promising to return free speech to the platform.

Leftists relished in the power to be able to silence people for un-woke offenses like “misgendering” someone.

But while they were outraged over “woke” nonsense, they ignored sexual abuse taking place on the platform.

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Human trafficking survivor Eliza Bleu, who advocates on behalf of victims, has been calling out sexual abuse that has been facilitated on Twitter for years, and now that Musk is in charge, it’s finally getting cleaned up.

Bleu wrote on Twitter that “the THREE biggest hashtags used by child abusers selling child sexual abuse material on Twitter have virtually been eliminated! This is huge! To those who aren’t aware yet, last week Twitter did add a direct reporting option for child sexual exploitation. (ONLY on tweets with content images/videos) this was not previously available and was a separate form that wasn’t easy to find. I’m grateful to see these changes.”

Literal child porn was being sold on the platform, but Twitter’s Trust and Safety team under the old regime was too busy censoring doctors for telling the truth about COVID to notice.

Bleu outlined changes to the platform that needed to be made to combat sex trafficking, and it appears that Musk listened.

Weeks ago, Bleu recommended:

Easy Steps Twitter Could Take to Remove Child Sexual Exploitation Material: 

  1. Clear easy reporting. (Two click reporting for children reporting their own abuse material. Easy enough for a child.)
  2. Prioritize the removal of reports of child exploitation first.
  3. Remove hashtags known to be used to sell child sexual exploitation. 

(This will evolve constantly. The platform will need to evolve with the changes. All organizations that serve survivors are aware of the hashtags/keywords.)

4. Provide resources for minor survivors during and after the reporting process. (This will be location specific).

It’s quite telling that prior to Musk’s changes, Twitter higher-ups moved slowly—or not at all—to address sex trafficking, but people were instantly nuked from the platform for innocuous statements like “men aren’t women.”

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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