On Tuesday, Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) leveled an accusation of hypocrisy against Big Tech giant, Twitter, regarding their censorship policies.
“I am not in favor of [Twitter] blocking anybody,” Rubio said. “But if [Twitter.gov] is going to block American politicians, activists & even a U.S. President they should also block Marxist Socialist dictators who incite street violence.”
I am not in favor of @twitter blocking anybody
But if @twitter.gov is going to block American politicians, activists & even a U.S. President they should also block Marxist Socialist dictators who incite street violence #SOSCuba #PatriaYVida https://t.co/DPIhKHplvL
— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) July 13, 2021
Rubio was responding to Cuban dictator Miguel Díaz-Canel, who remains on the platform despite former implementations of Twitter’s policies regarding the subject of “incitement of violence.”
“Our action in the streets is against those who promote disorder with an interventionist agenda, manipulating the feelings of the people for the deficiencies and outbreaks of COVID-19,” tweeted Díaz-Canel on Monday.
“The counterrevolution aspires for a war