Sunday, April 14, 2024

After Falling on His Sword, Ex-Twitter CEO Dorsey Faces Up to 5 Yrs for Perjury

'This is my fault alone, as I completely gave up pushing for them when an activist entered our stock in 2020...'

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) In the wake of the recent Twitter Files releases, which exposed the company’s orchestrated effort to censor conservatives, former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey may face up to five years in prison for lying under oath to Congress, Natural News reported.

“The Twitter Files reveal that former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey may have committed perjury,” tweeted Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz. “He told Congress under oath that Twitter was not shadow-banning conservatives. Twitter was.”

Although the bombshell disclosures by new Twitter CEO Elon Musk have been studiously ignored by the corporate media, they confirm conservatives’ long-held suspicions—and worst fears—that the one-time bastion of free speech was actively colluding with the Democrats and with government agencies to suppress certain viewpoints.

As more and more comes out regarding Dorsey’s mismanagement of the company, he has been forced to take responsibility for caving to leftist activists.

Under his direction, Twitter should have been more “resilient to corporate and government control,” he claimed in a recent statement.

But in a throwback to his dublicitous double-speak of yore, he continued to deflect blame, even while accepting responsibility.

“This is my fault alone, as I completely gave up pushing for them when an activist entered our stock in 2020,” he wrote. “I planned my exit at that moment knowing I was no longer right for the company.”

According to Biggs, the House’s soon-to-be conservative majority may launch an investigation—or series of investigations—into possible crimes stemming from the leftist social-media publisher’s cover-up of efforts to sway the outcome of the 2020 election and other attempts to manipulate public discourse, alongside covering up Twitter’s former child-pornography problem.

In respect to the potential child pornography cover-up charges, Dorsey denied a lack of action.

“I don’t know what happened in the past year [under his replacement CEO, Parag Agrawal]. But to say we didn’t take action for years isn’t true,” Dorsey tweeted on Dec. 9., referring specifically to the child porn allegations.

“You can make all my emails public to verify,” he wrote, addressing Musk in particular. “Company took away my access to email or I would.”

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