Howard Dean: Twitter CEO's Refusal to Ban Alex Jones Is An Endorsement Of 'Nazism,' 'Violence'Chris Menahan
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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said Tuesday on Twitter he's making sure Alex Jones's tweets "aren't artificially amplified" (see: Jones is shadowbanned) but he won't outright ban him because "he hasn't violated our rules."
Jones has now been either fully banned or censored by Apple, Google, Facebook, Spotify, MailChimp and Microsoft's LinkedIn, with the majority saying they banned him for his speech, which they call "hate."
Leftists were furious with Dorsey for not outright banning Jones and demanded more censorship.
Former DNC Chair Howard Dean said Jack Dorsey's decision was an endorsement of "Nazism," "hate speech" and "advocacy of violence" on behalf of every employee at Twitter.
"On [sic] other words hate speech, nazism [sic] and advocacy of violence will continue to be aided and abetted by Twitter and by extensionJack [sic] Dorsey and everyone else who works for Twitter," Dean tweeted Wednesday.
Former assistant press secretary for the National Security Council under Obama and former Twitter communications director Emily Horne slammed Dorsey for not censoring Jones:
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