Leaders of nations across the planet, including Angela Merkel in Germany, Emmanuel Macron of France and Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador of Mexico, have issued stinging condemnations against Twitter for its decision to blackball President Donald Trump, removing his account and all of his Tweets. This is a nearly universal rebuke to Twitter.
It reflects the fears of these world leaders that if Twitter can exert such blatant censorship against the President of the United States, the platform and its creepy leader Jack Dorsey will feel perfectly entitled to do the same knee-jerk blacklisting against any world leader anytime and anywhere Twitter chooses. It’s so flagrantly phony and wrong, it’s hard to picture how Twitter thought they could get away with such Fascism. The company’s stock price has dropped three straight days. Let’s hope it continues to plummet! More from Steve Turley.
Here, journalist Glenn Greenwald explains to Tucker Carlson on Fox News why this move by Twitter has stirred such a swift backlash across the globe.
Twitter COMPLAINS that Uganda banned the website even though Twitter has been BANNING thousands of conservatives since banning President Donald Trump. The Internet responds as people NUKE Twitter with SPICY memes as Twitter’s stock price COLLAPSES. More from Mr. Obvious.
We close with Greg Gutfeld from the Fox News program The Five, discussing how the same Leftist entities that were so silent about the Antifa and Black Lives Matter riots last summer are now having conniption fits over what happened at the U.S. Capitol. Gutfeld explains the position of most conservatives — we stand against the destruction of people’s homes and business just as strongly as we stand against shenanigans at the U.S. Capitol. None of this violence, whether carried out by those on the left or those on the right, should be permitted or excused or embraced. More from the Next News Network.