Twitter’s Jack Cracks Under The Orwellian Pressure

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admitted leftist bias on his platform during a recent CNN interview

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has found himself in a precarious position. Having started his platform to facilitate conversation, Jack is now tasked with implementing Big Brother to satisfy a globalist corporate elite desperate to maintain its illicit hold on power during the Trump era.

He is cracking under the pressure and showing signs of remorse as angry people pull him in different directions, some demanding Orwellian censorship while others demand that freedom of speech be respected.

“We need to constantly show that we are not adding our own bias, which I fully admit is…is more left-leaning,” Dorsey said during a CNN interview.

Project Veritas exposed Twitter in the past for employing individuals gleeful in how they censor conservative viewpoints and promote liberal ones on their platform:

The bias and double-standards are obvious and humiliating for the company:

But Twitter is not just censoring conservatives. They are attempting to strangle all dissident voices. Any voice that is against the corporate elite is not safe on Twitter’s platform, as evidenced by the censorship of leftist journalist Caitlin Johnstone who is frequently critical of the FBI’s Russia probe.

After an uproar, she was returned to the platform. This shows that Twitter – despite its abhorrent practices of biased censorship – is starting to feel the pain of consumer push-back.

Of course, Twitter can never be trusted to do the right thing and uphold free speech for all political backgrounds. That is why President Donald J. Trump is getting ready to step in.

No wonder Jack is getting so scared. He knows Trump is coming to put the foot down on his leftist thought control operation!

Written by Joshua Finkelberg

Joshua Finkelberg is a contributor for The Schpiel.


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