Tucker Takes Twitter CEO Apart After Project Veritas Drops Video on Jack

Tucker Takes Twitter CEO Apart After Project Veritas Drops Video on Jack
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Tucker Carlson always has a way of putting things.

When it comes to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and the Project Veritas video that was dropped last night about his comments on the Twitter banning of President Donald Trump and the general crackdown, Tucker nailed it. Cracking down on speech and freedoms is just for our safety, don’t you know? You’re protected when you can’t speak.

From Fox News:

Thanks to James O’Keefe at Project Veritas, we know that Jack Dorsey has plans for the rest of us that will extend far beyond the Trump era. Silencing Donald Trump was just the beginning. Guess who’s next? You are.

DORSEY: 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 … I don’t believe this is going away anytime soon. And the moves that we’re making today around QAnon, for instance, [are] one such example of a much broader approach that we should be looking at and and going deeper on.

So this is “much bigger” than silencing just one man, and it’s going to go on “much longer” than just this week. Maybe Jack Dorsey isn’t so bright. He just admitted out loud with the rest of them are still denying: This isn’t really about Donald Trump, and it never was. It’s definitely not about what happened last week at the Capitol.

It is about controlling you, and the country you thought was yours, forever. Sorry, there’s a national crisis going on and we have no choice.

Here’s the rest of that video that Tucker was talking about.

Notice how Twitter hid it under a “sensitive” label. Yes, I guess pointing out what Jack says would be “sensitive” especially when it indicates we could be in for a long crackdown on speech. But just that reaction tends to make the point, since what’s the reason for hiding it under such a label?

Sounds like a long social media winter may be in the offing.

Bottom line: the powers that be will allow only what they choose to allow. For you. For your safety. Understand that and appreciate their concern that you shouldn’t see stories like that of the Hunter Biden scandal that might influence you to wrong think about Biden. It’s their site after all and you can always build your own. Except if you do, any site like Parler that suggests an alternative to that thought will get stomped by Twitter’s Big Tech buddies.

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