White House hits back after Left-Wing Dimwit Jack Dorsey (Twitter) cracks down on Donald Trump’s Minneapolis tweet, reposts censored message.
The White House pushed back against Twitter after Left-Wing Dimwit Jack Dorsey censored a tweet by President Trump threatening action against rioters in Minneapolis — with Donald Trump accusing the company of double standards, as his team moved to get around Twitter’s restrictions.
“Twitter is doing nothing about all of the lies & propaganda being put out by China or the Radical Left Democrat Party. They have targeted Republicans, Conservatives & the President of the United States. Section 230 should be revoked by Congress. Until then, it will be regulated!” Donald Trump tweeted.
White House’s official Twitter account responded by reposting the censored tweet in full — it too was in turn slapped with a warning label by Twitter.
White House official Dan Scavino also tweeted Friday: “Twitter is targeting the President of the United States 24/7, while turning their heads to protest organizers who are planning, plotting, and communicating their next moves daily on this very platform. Twitter is full of s–t – more and more people are beginning to get it.”
Donald Trump and Twitter had sparred a day earlier when the company slapped a warning label on a Donald Trump tweet about voter fraud. Donald Trump later signed an executive order calling for regulations that would limit liability protections for social media companies.