Twitter CEO reveals much bigger censorship is brewing, an insider leaked a video of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on Thursday, January 14, 2021, (Friday in PH) revealing that “much bigger” political censorship will unfold even after January 20th inauguration.
“You should always feel free to express yourself in whatever format manifestation feels right,” Jack Dorsey said. “We know we are focused on one account right now, but this is going to be much bigger than just one account, and it’s going to go on for much longer than just this day, this week, and the next few weeks, and go on beyond the inauguration.”
BREAKING: @Twitter Insider Secretly Records CEO @jack Detailing Agenda For Further Political Censorship— James O’Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) January 14, 2021
“We are focused on one account [@realDonaldTrump] right now but this is going to be MUCH BIGGER than just one account & it’s going to go on for much longer…”#ExposeTwitter pic.twitter.com/QhyyUTHlM9
Meanwhile, on Judge Jeanine Pirro interview over Fox News on how Big Tech censorship may worsen in the future, Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz, author of “Firebrand: Dispatches from the Front Lines of the MAGA Revolution,” warns, “The beatings will continue until the ‘woketopia’ is achieved that appears to be the message of Jack Dorsey.”
Gaetz continues by saying that Dorsey, who doesn’t just create the opportunity where people can share their thoughts but also wants control. They did it to the President of the United States, how much able they can do it to the rest of the Americans?
“Woketopia” as described during the first Republican National Convention on August 24, 2020, as a Loch Ness monster of the swamp, the vengeful mob, and turns America into a socialist utopia.
Regel Javines is a former editor-in-chief of an official student publication in a state university. He has been blogging since 2011 writing news and opinion on various social issues; a stringer for already defunct Yahoo! Contributor Network and Allvoices.com. He is also a former content editor and proofreader for various book publishing companies and spent a short stint in The Manila Times as a Deskman for national and foreign business news. See Regel’s posts.