He is a scrawny, sniveling, slippery snake who can’t even stand by his own speech suppression agenda.
In fact, I’d actually have a bit of respect for him if he were to come out saying he stands in solidarity with groups like the SPLC and Media Matters when it comes to the annihilation of the rights of those even remotely attached to the plight of the White Man.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on Wednesday defended the company’s decision this week to put Infowars’ Alex Jones in a seven-day “timeout” after Jones urged his viewers to ready their “battle rifles” against the media.
Dorsey said he resisted banning Jones, the embattled conspiracy theorist and radio host, despite calls to do so, some of which came from inside Twitter.
“We can’t build a service that is subjective just to the whims of what we personally believe,” Dorsey told NBC News’ Lester Holt in an exclusive interview.
The Fat Man will be almost certainly banned by the end of the year – or will just be subject to the shadow banning algorithms that Jackie Boy still denies whenever he is confronted with the issue.
I just can’t see any way this won’t happen – the leaders of the “free press” are screaming for blood the same way their ancestors yelled for the blood of Jesus Christ, and as we’ve already demonstrated, Dorsey has less will than Trigglypuff faced with a large bowl of Haagen Dazs.
Dorsey said he believes the suspension can be effective and is consistent with the company’s policies.
“I feel any suspension, whether it be a permanent or a temporary one, makes someone think about their actions and their behaviors,” Dorsey said.
Did you know that Alex Jones defended Dorsey just a few days ago?
Really, he went so far as to claim that he’s one of the greatest allies in the fight against “Globalists.”
I almost feel sorry for the guy – I fear that his supplements rotted the better part of his frontal lobe.
When asked by Holt if he believes Jones will change his behavior, Dorsey said he did not know.
“Whether it works within this case to change some of those behaviors and change some of those actions, I don’t know,” Dorsey said. “But this is consistent with how we enforce.”
Dorsey’s interview comes after months of scrutiny on both him and Twitter for what critics say has been a sluggish response to systemic problems on the platform, including harassment, bots and hate speech. In the interview, Dorsey offered insight into the company’s decision-making process, but also showed that it is still struggling to figure out how to manage the platform it created.
In response to a question about Jones, Dorsey said that “the most important thing for us is that we are consistent in applying our enforcement.”
Over a year ago in Charlottesville, I suggested to a few people that the next battle would not involve the Second Amendment whatsoever (it’s too much of a convoluted mess, honestly), but would instead consist of the Jews yanking the First Amendment from right under our feet.
Think about it – you can still purchase and use your guns much like you were able to during the Bush and Obama regimes, but when it comes to expressing political opinions (and we’re not even talking about serious red pills here), your outlets are shrinking by the day.
Jack Dorsey might try to deny it (and may even try messing with a few Cuckservatives for the amusement of his Jewish masters at the ADL), but Twitter has for all intents and purposes become a zombie-infested wasteland for anyone to the right of Paul Ryan.