Twitter Censors Phelim's Chevron Play
I wrote to you over the weekend to tell you how my new play was facing a boycott from the theatrical establishment but now I have to tell you about an even more serious problem.
Twitter is now trying to stop us from spreading the news about the play. Yesterday my wife Ann, who is a producer on the The $18-Billion Prize, created a Twitter Moment to try and bring attention to the show. But it then turned out that no one could retweet the tweet, in fact they couldn't even view Ann's tweet because according to Twitter it contained "potentially sensitive content".
I've attached a screenshot of the notification below so that you can see what we are up against.
Yes thats right they think a Tweet about a play that has Verbatim testimony is too "sensitive". This is disgraceful but unfortunately it is not surprising. Twitter and the left just don't want the truth to be known. The $18-Billion Prize has faced opposition from the moment I decided to bring it to San Francisco. No one would rent us a theater and not one publicist or lighting designer in the whole city would work with us. They want to shut down the truth but I'm not going to let them.
The show will go on. We are going to have our preview on Friday night and our grand opening on Saturday but we need your help to ensure this happens. Please go www.ChevronPlay.com and buy a ticket and if you can't make it to San Francisco give a donation - you can buy a poster or a script. Anything you give will be used to ensure the truth about how the world's biggest fraud was carried out by "environmentalists" and how the mainstream media supported them in their deception.
You were so kind in ensuring that FrackNation was made and the truth was told so please go to www.ChevronPlay.com and make sure the truth can get on stage in San Francisco.