Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey appeared on Hannity’s talk-radio show the day after announcing he will not ban right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones from his platform.
The ‘Late Show’ host also revived his Jones-inspired show ‘Brain Fight with Tuck Buckford.’
The internet’s king of conspiracy theories just lost millions of followers after Google’s sister company pulled the plug. Twitter, however, is open for business.
Four pages run by the far-right conspiracy theorist were taken down Monday, with Facebook accusing Jones of dehumanizing hate speech.
Turns out the music-streaming site also hosts ‘The Alex Jones Show’ and people are furious. Is Apple next?
The social giant has subtly made it harder to find some of its most controversial accounts and, naturally, some of Twitter‘s biggest trolls are unhappy about it.
A Portland rally set for early next month looks set for political violence as the street-brawling Proud Boys descend upon the city with counterprotests from antifa groups.