Despite some recent troubles, there’s no doubt that Twitter is one of the biggest social networking sites on the planet. Far and wide, liberal to conservative, to weirdos who believe in ghosts (I’m a weirdo), Twitter is a TITAN in the social media industry.
Recently, the chief executive officer of that titan shared an article, calling it a “good read” where the whole idea was taking conservatives out of the equation when it comes to talking points, among other things.
Great read https://t.co/O2djSQf8Qv
— jack (@jack) April 6, 2018
He was called out by quite a few people, most notable among them perhaps is Peter Hasson of The Daily Caller who said:
“Twitter’s CEO loves this article about driving conservatives from public life and turning the rest of the country into California in the “new civil war.” Literally what it’s about”
As reported by The American Thinker:
It rather goes beyond the realm of one man’s opinion in his case. What we are seeing here is a mask coming off, a social media titan vowing that his agenda is to eliminate an entire side of the political spectrum, and Twitter finally admitting that it’s an operation all about actively promoting left-wingery, as the continuous bans and shadow-bans of conservatives show. All of this calls into question whether Twitter should be as unregulated as the Silicon Valley elite insists.
Here’s how bad the piece Dorsey endorsed was; and since it’ll take you about an hour to read it, I picked out the choice morsels. I recommend immersion into this vast distorted bath of avant-garde leftism since it’s probably what we will be hearing about as the left seeks to reclaim power:
At some point, one side or the other must win – and win big. The side resisting change, usually the one most rooted in the past systems and incumbent interests, must be thoroughly defeated – not just for a political cycle or two, but for a generation or two. That gives the winning party or movement the time and space needed to really build up the next system without always fighting rear-guard actions and getting drawn backwards. The losing party or movement will need that same time to go through a fundamental rethink, a long-term renewal that eventually will enable them to play a new game.
And make no mistake: the blueprint is to eradicate all conservatives and Republicans.
Trump is just making clear to all what was boiling under the surface for decades, and that’s exactly what we need him to do. Why? Because America finally needs to take the Republican Party down for a generation or two. Not just the presidency. Not just clear out the U.S. House. Not just tip back the Senate. But fundamentally beat the Republicans on all levels at once, including clearing out governorships and statehouses across the land.
(The author misses that Trump was the turning point, and mistakes him for a rube like Schwarzenegger, something Trump has resolutely not been and Schwarzenegger, the failed California governor, of course, hates Trump.)