Only 2 months ago, Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey exposed his political leanings and found himself facing some serious backlash after he recommended an article on Twitter that claimed we must have a civil war to make all of the U.S. like California. Dorsey tweeted that the Medium article is a “great read.” The article claims that there’s no “bipartisan way forward” in the United States is the main theme. One of the underlying themes is that the country is engaged in a “fundamental conflict between two worldviews that must be resolved in short order.”

Dorsey shared the Medium article on his personal Twitter account Thursday night, with the accompanying acclaim that it was a “great read.”

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Today, Dorsey once again exposed how he is beholden to the religion of the liberalism when he tweeted an apology for tweeting an admission that he ate at Chick-fil-A, the wildly popular restaurant chain owned by Christian conservatives. Chick-fil-A president Dan Cathy, drove gay liberals over the edge when, during an interview, he expressed that because of his biblical values, he didn’t agree with gay marriage.

At 8:44 pm on Saturday night, Jack Dorsey dared to tweet that he purchased food at Chick-fil-A:

The gay mafia immediately descended on the Twitter CEO with insults and threats, from telling him to pull his head “out of his ass” to threatening that the gay mafia group GLAAD would descend upon his account if he didn’t delete his tweet:

Under the “you can’t make this sh*t up” category, Huffington Post writer, Victoria Brownworth, points out that Dorsey isn’t just offending gays during “Pride month” by promoting Chick-fil-A, but he’s also offending Muslims by promoting an “outspokenly Christian company during #Ramadan”.

After the disgraced former CNN host, Soledad O’Brien attempted to shame Dorsey, he admitted his mistake:

Way to cave Jack, too bad you didn’t have the same swift reaction when “I Hope Trump Is Assassinated” was trending on Twitter on August 17, 2017:

As a matter of fact, the tweets that helped “I Hope Trump Is Assassinated” trend on Twitter, are still up, and have not been removed. Here are just a few:

Meanwhile, back in the “non-biased” world of Jack Dorsey…these tweets are okay…but tweeting about eating a meal at Chick-fil-A? Not so much…

 


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