Jack Dorsey (b. November 19, 1976 - ) from St. Louis, Missouri, is a leftwing totalitarian fascist and CEO of Twitter. Dorsey is known for his illegal anti-free speech activities and advocacy of single party corporatism. As CEO of a Big Tech monopoly, Dorsey illegally interfered in the 2020 Presidential election in an attack on American democracy.
In the Islamist tradition, Dorsey does not trim or shave his beard. Dorsey claimed in Congressional testimony under oath that Iranian Ayatollah Khamenei’s threatening, anti-Semitic tweets don’t violate Twitter rules. White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said of Dorsey's efforts at censorship, blackmail, and election interference saying "This is what happens in North Korea, not the United States.”
In a July 2012 interview with the Wall Street Journal Dorsey explained his future plans. The paper noted, "Twitter executives still fight a perception that the service is only for tech geeks or narcissists, and there remain doubts about how big the San Francisco company can grow." Twitter wants to encourage users to communicate about particular events while they happen. Twitter plans to encourage independent application developers to use Twitter as a platform. It hopes to add tools to allow companies to analyze messages that discuss particular companies and events.
2020 election interference
Twitter imposed new dracoian censorship measures aimed at conservative users in October 2020. One example is labeling criticism of mail-in balloting as "misinformation". James Woods commented the new labeling is clear:
“They are closing down conservative voices completely now. Be prepared that you will no longer be able to see most of my communications, if indeed my account remains open at all. Sorry, folks, but it’s over. And they couldn’t care less what you think. This is the face of tyranny.”
For first time in American history social media companies took direct action against a major U.S. publisher, The New York Post when it published a story on Biden-Burisma scandal. The Post is among the top five newspapers by circulation in the United States. These actions raised serious questions about many social media platforms future Section 230 immunity status.
Twitter and Facebook illegally interfered in the 2020 presidential election by blocking links to the article. Twitter and Facebook both have many foreign stockholders. Twitter illegally banned people who posted The New York Post story, including White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany for sharing the article, and illegally locked the Trump Campaign account less than three weeks before the 2020 Presidential election. Rep. Jim Jordan posted the Biden-Burisma story on a federal government website after Twitter censored the House Judiciary GOP, at which point the link was promptly censored by Twitter. Wikipedia editors censored the Hunter Biden bombshell, and baselessly called the New York Post an "unreliable" source. Google also was reported to be illegally meddling in U.S. Senate elections. The Senate Judiciary Committee announced that Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey would be subpoenaed to explain the meddling. Former James Comey general counsel James A. Baker (DOJ), who was complicit in the Obamagate and FISA abuse scandals, is Twitter's lead counsel. The RNC made a formal complaint to the Federal Elections Commission which reads in part,
"Respondent’s feud with President Trump is well known, as are its frequent efforts to censor the President’s tweets and the “shadow banning” of prominent Republicans, including RNC’s Chair, Ronna McDaniel, and several Republican Members of Congress. Respondent’s CEO, Jack Dorsey, and other senior executives are prolific donors to the Democrat party and other left-wing causes, with 98.7% of the company’s total political contributions going to Democrats. In addition, there appears to be a revolving door between the Biden campaign and the company, with Respondent’s Public Policy Director recently leaving to join the Biden transition team and Senator Kamala Harris’s former Press Secretary now serving as Respondent’s Senior Communications Manager."
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