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Feels Like We’re Back

All the right people are fuming. More from Paul Joseph Watson.




Twitter Fighting Free Press

No sooner had Jack Dorsey resigned as CEO of Twitter, and the social media platform issued new terms of service. The long and short of the new policies: Twitter won’t be allowing conservative and independent journalists to speak out. Doesn’t matter if these journalists are telling the truth while the mainstream media blatantly lies and attempts to bury stories. Twitter will bring down the hammer, and knock around characters like Andy Ngo or Tim Pool. More from Styxhexenhammer666.




Mark Dice also has a few words to share about Twitter, its disgusting biases and our new overlord: Parag Agrawal. You have to wonder where they came up with this cretin. He has absolutely no appreciation for the American Bill of Rights, yet he’s chosen to run a major social media platform!




 

 

Exposing Our Criminal Enemy

Patrick Byrne and Joe Flynn join me to drop some truth bombs on the criminal cabal commonly known as the Biden administration. More from the SGTReport.




Twitter announced on Monday that CEO Jack Dorsey was stepping down and Parag Agrawal, an Indian national, is taking his place. This may not seem like a big deal—after all, not everyone tweets—but Agrawal represents the new normal for “freedumb” of speech. We suspect that their new policy will dumb the platform—silencing freedom proponents in order to protect the globalists’ agenda. Now Twitter will “prohibit the sharing of images or videos of private individuals without their consent.” More from Lori Colley.




Dorsey Leaves Twitter Behind

We can all celebrate as the censor-prone CEO Jack Dorsey has resigned from Twitter. But the celebration is likely to be short-lived.

Why? Because Dorsey is being replaced by Twitter’s chief technology officer Parag Agrawal, who said in a 2020 interview, “Our role is not to be bound by the First Amendment…focus(ing) less on thinking about free speech, but thinking about how the times have changed.” In other words, Agrawal is not only an unconscionable creep, but openly so.

The  Quartering puts it more bluntly, “The new guy is said to be far worse.”

Dorsey’s resignation comes as no surprise. Investors have long been clamoring for him to step down. Twitter’s stock prices have dropped about 10 percent over the course of the year while the S & P has enjoyed a 23 percent rise. Here, Steve Turley examines Dorsey’s checkered career.




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