Folks, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is a filthy, disgusting human being.
That isn’t just our observation, though. It has been backed by science.
Aside from the facial hair that holds as much filth as a toilet seat, Dorsey has proven himself to be a hypocrite who wants to control how people think.
And he has plenty of company, as evidenced in this article:
Folks, this is no longer fun and games. This is a serious assault on anyone who has a viewpoint that opposes the liberal agenda.
And it’s spreading…
“If you don’t like what twitter is doing go create your own app”
*proceeds to create Parler*
*apple deletes Parler*
Sorry what were you saying about free speech?
— Kevin Sorbo (@ksorbs) January 10, 2021
Now, we know that people are making the argument that Twitter, Facebook, and all those other big tech social media companies are private companies and can do whatever they want, ban whoever they want, and censor whatever they want.
All that may be true, but that doesn’t make it right.
And it certainly shows a LOT of hypocrisy.
Was Hillary Clinton banned when she proclaimed that all Trump supporters were a “basket of deplorables?”
Was Rep. Rashida Talib banned when she stoked the flames against President Trump and called him a “mother**ker?”
There are numerous other instances we can raise of people doing EXACTLY what Twitter accused President Trump of doing (which, by the way, is a matter of interpretation), but we won’t drone on about that.
We’ll simply repeat what we said before: while the tech giants can censor content, we don’t believe that they should.
Leaders of other countries are also taking notice.
Meanwhile, a lot of folks are filling the news cycle with talk of impeachment (which, in a best case scenario, would make it to Congress the day after President Trump leaves office), calls for President Trump to resign (which isn’t going to happen), or flat out unconstitutional directives from Nancy Pelosi.
What is no longer in the news cycle is the election irregularities that started this whole mess.
The information purge has begun, and it isn’t going to get any better anytime soon.
As we said before, folks, buckle up for an interesting time over the next few years.