Wordfence is a great tool. This is the second "issue" that Wordfence has caught regarding suspect lines of code in trusted plugins on my WordPress blog.
I do not wish to hijack this thread, but you can CLICK here for another example of invalid code found by Wordfence.
The point I am trying to make is that Wordfence is catching lines of code in plugins that might go unnoticed. The fact that Google has marked these URL's as suspect is of high concern to me. Why would there be mention of those URL's in a plugin's code is something that needs to be addressed. I think the folks at JetPack should explain in detail what is going on. For example, see the link I posted above.
For the folks at JetPack: the scan made by Wordfence is showing the following link to Google: CLICK here Safe Browsing Diagnostics regarding Lizamoon. Sure would be nice for you folks to look at this promptly and let us know what is going on. Is this a line of code that can be safely deleted or as Inamills has done, the entire twitter.php file needs to be deleted?
JetPack - we are awaiting your reponse.