Twitter Mocked for Condemnation of Web Censorship… In Uganda

Not the Babylon Bee.

Twitter is condemning web censorship. No, not in america or Europe. Twitter is condemning  web service suppliers blocking social media apps in Uganda within the runup  to their election. Tucker Carlson had a field day with this on Tuesday night time.

Twitter’s Jack Dorsey gave the impression to be in a daze throughout his latest testimony to  the Senate however that stupor have to be affecting the remainder of Twitter to the extent that they lack all sense of self-awareness with their condemnation of web censorship over the Uganda elections. This condemnation by Twitter comes on the heels of that social media outlet banning the New York Put up story about Hunter Biden’s laptop computer within the weeks earlier than the November election within the USA. It’s much more absurd because it additionally comes lower than every week after Twitter’s competitor, Parler, was shut down by the social media monopolies when Google and Apple blocked entry to the Parler app and Amazon shut down its server adopted by Jack Dorsey brazenly gloating about it.

Right here is Twitter issuing maybe probably the most clueless tweet of all time about web censorship in Uganda.



You’ll in all probability burst out laughing significantly when the picture of Hunter Biden’s laptop computer pops up in your thoughts when studying Twitter hold forth that “Entry to info and freedom of expression, together with the general public dialog on Twitter, isn’t extra essential than throughout democratic processes, significantly elections.”



After all, the excessive hypocritical tweet missing any sense of self-irony was like an extremely sluggish pitch over the plate of public discourse simply begging to be hit out of the ballpark with mockery. Listed below are however a number of examples:



Exit query: Will Twitter place warning labels on tweets difficult the integrity of the Ugandan elections or is that reserved solely for U.S. elections?

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