Twitter CEO Thinks ‘New Civil War’ To Wipe Out Conservatives Is A Pretty Good Idea

Kimber

Like it or not, we’re in a period of history where social media ABSOLUTELY controls the information that people consume and have access to.

Twitter, Facebook, and Google ARE the gatekeepers at this point… and they are UNDENIABLY liberal.

This isn’t just frustrating… it’s downright dangerous.

…To the point where musings about exterminating Conservatives are a “great read.”

According to BPR: 

Conservative are more than justified in thinking the deck is stacked against them at every turn, especially on social media.

With Facebook reportedly voluntarily providing data on millions of its users to the 2012 re-election campaign of President Obama, tweets have surfaced of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Twitter board member Evan Williams seemingly promoting a piece that declares the way to win America’s “new civil war” is to annihilate Republicans.

The Medium article, “The Great Lesson of California in America’s New Civil War,” states: “Why there’s no bipartisan way forward at this juncture in our history — one side must win.”

Dorsey responded to a tweet from Williams that linked to the article and tweeted: “Great read.”

Two days earlier, Williams tweeted: “Interesting take.”

HOLY F**K.

With social media being the platform 67 percent of Americans rely on to get at least some of their news, according to Pew Research Center, the notion that those who run Twitter appear to have taken sides in today’s polarizing times is indeed troubling, as seen in the reaction to the above tweets.

These same individuals also control what is considered acceptable speech on their platform and what is not.

This isn’t obnoxious or stupid… this is scary.

This is what we’re headed towards, people. And unlike the liberals who nonchalantly throw this kind of rhetoric around… we understand the implications of civil war.

They’re disastrous.

All absolutely accurate.

But I must admit, while this is a serious situation, I got a good chuckle out of this…