BOOM! Laura Loomer Calls Out Twitter CEO for Censorship at Bitcoin Event

At Friday's Bitcoin event, Jack Dorsey got the joy of being called out publicly over his shady business practices.

Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey was acting as a panelist at the event. Laura Loomer took advantage of this by using it as an opportunity to confront him about Twitter's human rights-violating censorship policies, as well as its election interference.

Of course, these are not new issues. They're simply the problems that he's been refusing to address for years.

Naturally, Dorsey still had no answers. Instead, he chose to try to laugh the situation off as security tried to quiet Ms. Loomer down.

This is not the first time that Laura has publicly called out Dorsey, as she previously handcuffed herself to Twitter's HQ in NYC. She said it was a protest to get her Twitter account back, despite Dorsey's hatred of conservatives.

Just like last time, however, it seems like Jack just doesn't have to fortitude to address the situation.

This all comes about the same time that Twitter declared internet access as an "essential human right", which, can I just say is one of the most idiotic things I've ever heard.

“We are deeply concerned by the blocking of Twitter in Nigeria. Access to the free and #OpenInternet is an essential human right in modern society,” announced the Twitter Public Policy account. “We will work to restore access for all those in Nigeria who rely on Twitter to communicate and connect with the world.”

Twitter said this in response to Nigeria banning the social media platform.

Any time that someone declares something as a basic human right, the real test is very simple, does that thing that they're calling a human right depend on someone else to fulfill it? If it does, then it's not a human right.

The internet is not a human right. Health care is not a human right. These are luxuries.

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