Jack Dorsey, Twitter CEO at the time, was well-known for his cooperation with the deep state security apparatus and its fronts in the NGO media complex. Now, Jack Dorsey quotes JFK to attack the FBI, CIA and NSA.
“Split the CIA into a million pieces and scatter them to the wind,” Dorsey said on Twitter, echoing a famous quote by President John F. Kennedy who called for the CIA’s fate to be the same.
Dorsey tweeted also a link to an image of JFK to emphasize the point.
Twitter users were quick to note that Dorsey’s tirade against the alphabetic agencies came a bit late, considering that the security state – particularly the FBI – was given enormous influence over Twitter policies while Dorsey served as CEO.
Joe Paglialuro, a radio host, said: “Says the guy in charge back when alphabet organizations used Twitter to commit all kinds of nefarious acts.” Tell us again how you were not involved in censoring information about Hunter Biden’s laptop. Cmon!”
Where was this attitude, when the same agencies were censoring and banning people on here? “What was this attitude when people were getting censored and banned on here with help from those same agencies?
Tom Elliott, a journalist, said: “But before we build a one-way pipe for the FBI so that they can censor content on Twitter and also hire FBI agents to give us advice on how to make them happy.”
James A. Baker was hired by Twitter as its deputy General Counsel under Dorsey. Baker had previously served as the FBI’s general counsel. Baker was fired shortly after Musk took over the company.
Others were more accepting of Dorsey’s apparent shift in attitude.
One popular comedy account said, “Welcome Back Jack.”
Elon Musk, Twitter’s new owner and interim CEO, confirmed his predecessor’s comment with an exclamation point.
Under Musk, Twitter saw a significant rollback in the censorship and stifling of conservative voices. The “Twitter Files” were released, which shed light on Dorsey’s company’s collaborations with U.S. Intelligence agencies.