Twitter CEO Announces More Censorship In Response To Backlash Over McGowan Censorship

Chris Menahan
Oct. 15, 2017

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey responded to backlash over his censoring of Rose McGowan by announcing he will be expanding their censorship regime in the name of protecting women.

#WomenBoycottTwitter trended on Friday in response to McGowan's suspension with many women saying they were going to boycott the site. Dorsey reversed McGowan's suspension after 12 hours.

Even though Dorsey silenced McGowan, he interpreted the backlash against his censorship as a call for more censorship.

Dorsey's response is quite similar to Michael Moore's in his remarkable capacity for deflection.

Michael Moore, who is BFFs with Weinstein and is actively working together with him on a new anti-Trump film, dodged any responsibility for covering for Weinstein for years and claimed ignorance of his behavior in a lengthy Facebook post on Friday.

Even though Weinstein is Jewish, Moore shifted the blame for his actions onto "all white men" and said the moment should be seized to bring down "white male hierarchy."

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