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Twitter Stands With Alex Jones…For Now

The tech company isn’t jumping on the bandwagon and throwing Infowars off their platform despite the cries of many leftists.

Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter, has been among the most hostile individuals toward the free speech of conservatives, regularly shadow-banning Republican and pro-Trump voices on his platform. But he may be ready to turn over a new leaf, as he refuses to play Big Brother and toss conspiracy maven Alex Jones of Infowars from Twitter despite the left begging incessantly for censorship.

Although screamin’ former Vermont Governor Howard Dean and other Democratic media surrogates are deriding Twitter for upholding the values of free speech, the public seems to be thinking differently – if this NYTimes opinion poll is any indicator.

This is how the free market is supposed to work. YouTube, Facebook, Apple, Spotify, Stitcher and other platforms have removed Jones despite his immense popularity to curry favor with a fledgling political establishment. This may not be a wise move. Twitter will now be the only major social media provider giving consumers access to Alex Jones’ content, giving them a distinct advantage in the marketplace.

Anti-market, anti-American leftists who enable Big Brother with their war on free speech will continue to agitate to get Jones booted off of Twitter and other platforms, but their gambit is backfiring. The CEO of Twitter, who is a social justice warrior himself, is not going along with the program. And as more people are censored, the tech companies that enact the Orwellian Nightmare will continue to grow unpopular as potential replacements gain steam.

Written by Joshua Finkelberg

Joshua Finkelberg is a contributor for The Schpiel.

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