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Oct 19 2018

Jack Dorsey: Twitter Commitment to Free Speech Is “a Joke”

Former Twitter VP Tony Wang said it back in 2012, but it just keeps getting funnier:

“Generally, we remain neutral as to the content because our general council and CEO like to say that we are the free speech wing of the free speech party.”

CEO Jack Dorsey confirms that this was a joke:

“[C]ertainly, this quote around ‘free-speech wing of the free-speech party’ was never a mission of the company. It was never a descriptor of the company that we gave ourselves. It was a joke…”

Yuk yuk.

It wasn’t meant as a joke at the time. But now the rest of the company is on the same page as Dorsey:

Last year, Twitter co-founder Evan Williams claimed he was “wrong” about his previous beliefs that freedom of speech would make the world a better place.

“I thought once everybody could speak freely and exchange information and ideas, the world is automatically going to be a better place… I was wrong about that,” proclaimed Williams, before apologizing for co-founding a company which allowed President Trump to speak freely during the 2016 presidential election.

In 2017, Twitter’s Vice President of Public Policy and Communications also announced it was “no longer possible to stand up for all speech.”

Despite the hilarious “free-speech wing of the free-speech party” joke, Twitter’s PC martinets are not known for their sense of humor. Lately, they have been applying the ban hammer to countermoonbats who employ the NPC meme to ridicule moonbats.

If you are looking for freedom of expression, try Gab.

On a tip from ABC of the ANC.

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