Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey will tell the Senate on Tuesday that his social media platform is not biased against conservatives and he will never allow the company to harbor a political bias, according to the company.
Republican lawmakers seething over Twitter and Facebook’s handling of conservative content are set to aim their ire at Mr. Dorsey and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing.
Twitter flagged, put warning labels on and took other actions against 40 of Mr. Trump’s posts on its platform in week after Election Day. Facebook stamped out the pro-Trump group “Stop the Steal” that had swelled to 350,000 followers in less than 24 hours before its removal, according to its organizers from the pro-Trump nonprofit Women for America First.
With control of the Senate up for grabs in January run-off elections for Georgia’s two Senate seats, Mr. Dorsey will acknowledge that Twitter believes its work on the 2020 election is not yet