In a softball interview with CNN’s resident softball Brian Stelter, the CEO of microblogging platform Twitter admitted that the company has a left-wing bias.
“We do not look at content with regards to political viewpoint or ideology,” Jack Dorsey said. “But he knows some people do not believe him. “I think we need to constantly show that we are not adding our own bias, which I fully admit is left, is more left-leaning.”
Jack has finally admitted to what most of us already knew – Twitter is a mouthpiece for the political left. But still, the CEO denies censoring conservatives.
“Are we doing something according to political ideology or viewpoints? We are not. Period,” Dorsey said. “We do not look at content with regards to political viewpoint or ideology. We look at behavior.”
But if that were true, people like virulently anti-white racist New York Times editor Sarah Jeong would have been banned from the platform long ago. It always seems like leftists get a pass from Dorsey and company. The tech guru still has not explained why the company de-verified several prominent conservatives last November.
“I haven’t done enough of, like, articulating my own personal objectives with this service and my own personal objectives in the world,” Dorsey said.
"We do not look at content with regards to political viewpoint or ideology," @Jack told me. But he knows some people do not believe him. "I think we need to constantly show that we are not adding our own bias, which I fully admit is left, is more left-leaning," he says… pic.twitter.com/1i8jJunhfz
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) August 18, 2018
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