Yoel Roth, an essential player in the Twitter File chronicles was recently brought to light for his exposed word choices over an internal business messaging platform. Roth, who is the former Twitter Head of Safety and Trust has proved yet again that he is the furthest thing from deserving that title.
In his messages, Roth is exposed in saying “Ehh, it happens. I’m a big believer in calendar transparency. But I reached a certain point where my meetings became… very interesting… to people and there weren’t meeting names generic enough to cover *anyway,* let me know.”
The person that he was responding with messaged back and said, “Very boring Business Meeting That Is Definitely Not About Trump ;)”. Which only made the rhetoric more bizarre.
Roth then responded back twice saying “Preeeeeeettyy much.” Only to add the most damning part of the exchange thirteen seconds later where Roth is caught saying, “DEFINITELY NOT meeting with the FBI I SWEAR” in what appears to be a joking and sarcastic manner.
Check out the picture of the exchange below:
11. After J6, internal Slacks show Twitter executives getting a kick out of intensified relationships with federal agencies. Here’s Trust and Safety head Yoel Roth, lamenting a lack of “generic enough” calendar descriptions to concealing his “very interesting” meeting partners. pic.twitter.com/kgC4eGykcO
— Matt Taibbi (@mtaibbi) December 9, 2022
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