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That time Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey showed up in Ferguson, Mo., to bash cops

(National SentinelRadical Left: The CEO of arguably the most famous social media platform in the world — Twitter, thanks to POTUS Donald Trump — was interviewed by NBC News’ Lester Holt Wednesday regarding his company’s decision to ban Infowars’ founder Alex Jones for a week.

During the interview, Twitter chief Jack Dorsey said Jones was banned after ‘suggesting’ that Americans “get their battle rifles” and be prepared to go after “journalists” and other anti-Trump factions.

Jones said nothing of the sort, but these days it doesn’t take much for the Left-wing social media CEOs to find a reason to ban him anyway as part of what is obviously a coordinated effort to silence him and drive him out of existence.

In a follow-up interview with The Hill, Dorsey said of his seven-day suspension of Jones that he hoped it would “promote better behavior among users,” the news site reported.

“We’re always trying to cultivate more of a learning mindset and help guide people back towards healthier behaviors and healthier public conversation,” said the Twitter co-founder.

“We also think it’s important to clarify what our principles are, which we haven’t done a great job of in the past, and we need to take a step back and make sure that we are clearly articulating what those mean and what our objectives are,” he added.

We agree, Jack. You should clarify what your principles are so that we all know and you can no longer hide behind your obvious Left-wing bias.

As he lectures all of us about “behavior,” it’s worth noting that he was in attendance for the mass protests against police following the fatal (justified) shooting of a young black man in Ferguson, Missouri, in 2014.

He also handed roses out to demonstrators as well:

But here’s the thing: The protests over the shooting that spawned the “Black Lives Matter” movement was all based on a lie.




So while Dorsey is making the media rounds virtue-signaling that he’s just trying to clean up his platform and ask people to ‘behave better,’ he promoted one of the most racially and politically divisive movements in recent history that advocates violence and non-compliance against police officers.

Dorsey is the same as every other ‘mainstream’ social media CEO — uber-Left. At this moment where he seeks transparency and honest representation, we say: ‘You first, Jack.’


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