Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Stepping Down

Twitter just made a huge splash.

Controversial Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is stepping down.

He will be replaced as the CEO by current Chief Technology Officer Parag Agrawal.

Big News

Under Dorsey’s leadership over the last few years, Twitter has become a polarizing platform.

The outlet got into the censorship business and while we can all appreciate content being monitored, the outlet often censored only conservatives while allowing liberals and other organizations to do and say whatever they wanted.

One need only look at the fact-checking labels attached to almost every Trump statement while Joe Biden has been spewing lies since taking office and nary a warning has hit any of his accounts.

Dorsey has become the poster child for online censorship, which probably explains why the stock surged to the point of trading having to be halted.

As soon as Dorsey’s retirement was announced, Twitter stock started to soar, surging from $47.07 to $53.01 before the market even opened.

The stock has settled down since, leveling off at $49.40 at last quote.

In handing the company off to Agrawal, Dorsey stated, “I’ve decided to leave Twitter because I believe the company is ready to move on from its founders.

“My trust in Parag as Twitter’s CEO is deep.

“His work over the past 10 years has been transformational.

“I’m deeply grateful for his skill, heart, and soul. It’s his time to lead.”

We can only hope the new CEO dials back the censorship and decides to make the platform fairer for all voices, not just a select few.

Argawal, on his new role, stated, “I want to thank the Board for their confidence in my leadership and Jack for his continued mentorship, support, and partnership.

“I look forward to building on everything we have accomplished under Jack’s leadership and I am incredibly energized by the opportunities ahead.”

Dorsey is also a founder of Square, which was released in 2010.

What role Dorsey will play moving forward remains to be seen, but rest assured, he will probably not just fall out of the spotlight after leaving Twitter.

Source: New York Post

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9 Responses

  1. I am not a racist, but I am sick and tired of the Television Media ramming down our throats of Black Men with White women and sometimes their offspring. I do not feel this is the right thing to do. The Media needs to stop trying to create Bi-Racial Advertisements.

  2. It is all about messaging and their propaganda – they have used television from the inception to mold citizen thinking. They are just continuing their indoctrination.

  3. Yes, the left that has made their millions with our system can now stretch their necks and say that capitalism is racist. However, they profited well under capitalism. More hypocrits.

  4. Who cares what this IDIOT Bin Laden look alike does. I certainly DO NOT. I say good riddance. More of these dipsticks needs to do the same.

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