Attacks directly on the President of the United States by some of America’s most prominent businesspersons used to be a rare occurrence. We previously held a high reverence for the Oval Office, and our prevailing mood was one of goodwill toward its inhabitants, despite our possible political differences.
After all, if the President fails, so too will America herself.
But this pseudo-peace wasn’t meant to last, not in the Trump era. The election of the business mogul to the highest office in the land sent the liberal left into a full-on frenzy. They formed a “resistance”, and began immediately concocting campaign after campaign aimed at delegitimizing the Commander in Chief.
Hollywood soon chimed in, as well as other politicians. Soon, even other world leaders and ambassadors were berating the leader of the free world on a fairly regular basis.
Now it’s Big Tech’s turn to pile on the pedantic insults, apparently.
A senior Twitter manager who has called for jailing and impeaching President Trump and slammed the White House social media chief with four-letter slurs is raising concerns that the platform isn’t serious about policing hate posts.
Twitter Senior Engineering Manager Ian Brown’s tweets have assailed Trump, White House social media chief Dan Scavino Jr., top aide Stephen Miller, GOP lawmakers including Sen. Rand Paul, and supporters like Turning Point USA chief Charlie Kirk.
In a recent tweet he suggested that restaurant workers were tampering with Eric Trump’s food, after the president’s son said he was spit on at a Chicago eatery. “If @EricTrump is upset about getting spit on by a restaurant employee, I have some bad news about the food and drinks he’s being served,” Brown tweeted June 26.
In other tweet, Brown called Scavino a “racist d**k”.
The news comes just days after the President held a social media summit at the White House to address the growing issues of conservative censorship online.
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