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Twitter CEO secretly caught planning to ramp up censorship


We have all heard the theory that if you put a frog in a pot and slowly turn up the heat, it won’t jump out because it is cold-blooded, and will allow itself to boil to death. Well, apparently Twitter CEO and billionaire Jack Dorsey is planning a similar strategy on Twitter. Dorsey was secretly caught on tape by one of his employees stating that the ban on US President Donald Trump was just the first step in censorship of conservatives. But he plans to do it slowly, hoping we won’t notice.

LifeSite News explains:

In the video, apparently captured on January 8, the bearded Dorsey explains that Twitter intends to do a “full retro” that will “take some time.”

“We are focused on one account right now,” the CEO said, leading Project Veritas to assume he meant that of the President of the United States, Donald Trump.  

“But this is going to be bigger than just one account, and this is going to go on for much longer than just this day, this week, and the next few weeks and go on beyond the [presidential] inauguration” Dorsey continued, shaking his head.  

READ: ‘This is going to be bigger than just one account’: Twitter CEO admits plan for censorship purge

Big Tech recently knocked out a rapidly growing, free speech social media alternative, Parler, when over a couple of days, its app was kicked off the Google and Apple app stores and Amazon said it would no longer host the site. There is talk that Parler will not survive. READ: Parler CEO says social media app may not return

I am not saying that people should leave Twitter or Facebook, but I am suggesting setting up accounts on other free speech social media sites just in case. Gab is one alternative. It has already survived a similar attack by Big Tech a few years back. READ: Gab gaining 10,000 users per hour, CEO claims, after Trump’s permanent Twitter suspension

RELATED: MRC Lists 25 Stunning Examples of Big Tech’s Censoring of Conservatives in 2020

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