Twitter CEO Fears that Banning Trump Might Have Set a Precedent that Forces Them to Ban
World Leaders that Actually Support Terrorism

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey.

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA – In a statement yesterday, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey expressed a concern that Twitter’s ban on President Trump might set a dangerous precedent that forces them to also ban world leaders that are actual terrorists.

“What kind of world would we have if, after banning a President for asking his supporters to protest peacefully, we then have to ban the leader of the world’s largest state sponsor of terrorism for saying Israel should be eliminated?”

“Clearly, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has a right to say that.”

“Just because Iran funds militants who fire rockets into Israel, and sends in suicide bombers, that doesn’t mean they really want to kill anyone. The deaths are just a coincidence.”

“It’s perfectly acceptable for him to say ‘Death to America’ or ‘Death to Israel’. We know he doesn’t really mean it; it’s all just saber-rattling. But when Trump says ‘Big protest in D.C. on January 6th. Be there, will be wild!’, we all know that’s a dog-whistle telling his supporters to storm the Capitol Building.”

“People need to realize that it’s fine to deny the Holocaust, just don’t start denying that the election was fair.”

“It would be a very dark day if this precedent forces us to restrict the Ayatollah’s free speech.”

- The Satirized Evening Post
January 15, 2021

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