Zuckerberg Explodes at Twitter CEO… Nobody Disrespects His President…Nobody

Zuckerberg Explodes at Twitter CEO… Nobody Disrespects His President…Nobody

Not all social media platforms were created equally. While their original intent was to socially connect friends and family in a virtual realm, decades have passed since their initial introduction and many of them now serve as the best means of disseminating information to millions of awaiting eyeballs at the mere tap of an “enter” key.

Within the sea of available platforms, two tidal waves roar with far greater ferocity and power than all of the others combined. There is no room for debate. The crowns are sported on the heads of the mightiest of the mighty, Mark Zuckerberg, the man whose idea gave birth to the entire social media concept when MySpace wasn’t cutting the mustard, and Jack Dorsey, the co-founder, and CEO of Twitter, who recently appointed himself as America’s non-elected Social Media Dictator after being in clear and absolute deliberate violation of America’s Bill of Rights, and more specifically our First-Amendment which guarantees every citizen freedom of speech.

When kids say silly things like “It’s a free country. I can do what I want,” and they have all said it, the very implication of them repeating this age-old statement is a clear indication of how even at a young age, American children are astutely aware of their freedoms and rights as American citizen’s. Many of them already realize how it may one day be their obligation to protect these rights, even with their very lives if called upon to do so.

Yet there remains one rule of thumb which is unfortunately only conveyed to certain children, and no matter how needlessly one might search, they won’t find this rule written in the Constitution. The writers didn’t feel the need. They wrongly assumed it would be a given, and perhaps in their day, it was. But that was a long time ago and time changes things, though not always for the better. The unwritten rule is to always have and display the utmost respect for the office of the President of the United States, and the person selflessly holding the position of the most powerful and respected leader in the world. They have been duly elected to work on behalf of a nation that should be grateful for their dedication and personal sacrifices.

Enter Jack Dorsey. A full-grown man born of privileged self-centered parents who obviously felt it of far greater importance for their pampered brat to learn how a love of self is far more personally beneficial than having love and respect for the land of his birth, inclusive of the sacred office of the world’s most important figure.

America is blessed with the greatest leader it has ever known. A man who has nothing but our best interests at heart and works tirelessly to achieve his goals of making and keeping us great, despite the do-nothing Dems relentless attacks on his very soul. But Mr. Dorsey doesn’t think this. He knows better. Just ask him. But wait… You don’t have to because he just answered the question.

Who in their proper frame of mind would dare question what our President tells us, even going as far as blasting a disclaimer out to every breathing set of lungs in America, warming them how Donald J. Trump is a liar? Jack Dorsey. That’s who.

In stating how social media platforms are not all created equal, enter Facebook’s often quiet and solemn head honcho, Mark Zuckerberg, who took a stand for the for our First Amendment, and for Mr. Trump. Zuckerberg and Trump have been known to spat on rare occasions, but he has never been known to disrespect our president and has always maintained dignity. Zuckerberg didn’t care for his rival’s disclaimer and was quick to call Dorsey out for it.

Zuckerberg, in his usual mild-mannered way, had this to say. “We have a different policy, I think than Twitter on this. I just believe strongly that Facebook shouldn’t be the arbiter of truth of everything that people say online. I think in general private companies shouldn’t be—or especially these platform companies—shouldn’t be in the position of doing that.”

This is a strong statement coming from Zuckerberg, but you may have to read between the lines to realize just how pissed-off he is. But have no doubt, he’s steaming. Nobody disrespects America’s president. Nobody. A grateful nation thanks you Mrt. Zuckerberg, and as always, we continue to thank Donald J. Trump for his leadership.

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