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Twitter CEO: “Probably Way Too Aggressive” in Banning Conservatives

During an interview on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admitted that the social media giant was “probably way too aggressive” in banning conservatives. Independent journalist Tim Pool successfully squeezed answers out of Dorsey on questions related to the banning of conservatives. The obvious question now-given that social media runs on the government-subsidized backbone-when will Congress step in and regulate?

Here’s more from Breitbart…

During a recent appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey stated that the social media platform was “probably way too aggressive” in banning conservatives.

On a recent episode of the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey returned to the show this time accompanied by Vijaya Gadde, Twitter’s Legal, Policy and Trust & Safety Lead. Independent journalist Tim Pool also appeared on the show, where he grilled the Twitter executives about their platform, multiple times backing them into a corner and forcing them to answer questions on topics they had previously evaded.

During the course of the podcast, the topic of the recent “learn to code” phrase came up. Shortly after a number of left-wing journalists were laid off, Twitter users — many who were conservatives — tweeted at the journalists to “learn to code,” the same advice that many left-wing publications gave to coal miners and laborers who found themselves out of jobs.

 

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