Executives at the social media website Twitter reportedly promised in a recent shareholder meeting to be more transparent about its censorship of conservatives, but still claim that the site is unbiased in its blacklisting of accounts.
During a recent shareholder meeting, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey promised to be more transparent about why conservatives are routinely banned on his social media platform. At the meeting, Scott Shepard, Deputy Director of the Free Enterprise Project (FEP) at the National Center for Public Policy Research, submitted the following question:
Twitter regularly discriminates against customers who express center/right positions. Just a couple recent examples: Many users were suspended or banned on the false grounds that they had incited the January 6th intrusion into the Capitol, but you allow leaders of terrorist regimes as well as anonymous users to celebrate genuine, deadly attacks on Israel. You permit, without comment or response, LeBron James to