Twitter has become the symbol of Big Tech censorship.
CEO Jack Dorsey has done nothing to address the problem, and it’s only gotten worse.
But now Twitter’s CEO sent one message that left everyone stunned.
Twitter and other Big Tech companies have essentially become agents of the state – they’ve censored conservatives and Republicans under threat from Democrats in Congress.
A watershed moment came when Twitter and other social media giants kicked Donald Trump off the platform.
That move let everyone know that CEO Jack Dorsey does not seem to be a friend of freedom.
But Dorsey just tweeted out one message that threw everyone for a loop.
Without any context, Dorsey tweeted a link to Murray Rothbard’s “Anatomy of the State.”
— jack⚡️ (@jack) August 14, 2021
Rothbard is essentially the godfather of libertarianism, and “Anatomy of the State” is a quick read that serves as a primer for his philosophy.
Dorsey’s intentions for the tweet are unclear and it’s impossible to know if he learned the correct lessons from the book, but it’s stunning nonetheless to see him promote work that undermines much of the leftist ethos.
After Dorsey’s tweet sent conservatives and libertarians buzzing, he followed it up with another cryptic Tweet.
— jack⚡️ (@jack) August 15, 2021
In 1971, Richard Nixon took the United States off the gold standard, and the dollar has lost 84% of its value since then.
Dorsey has become a huge proponent of Bitcoin, which serves as a hedge against central banks irresponsibly inflating their currency, so perhaps Dorsey is going through a political evolution.
If so, it’s only a matter of time before he realizes how Twitter is currently behaving in ways that are anathema to liberty.
Dorsey doesn’t seem to have a big stake in the day-to-day operations of Twitter anymore, so his authority is perhaps limited, but he could do a lot of damage to the state if he became a voice for freedom.
One can only hope Dorsey learned the correct lessons from Rothbard.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.