Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Tex.) is drawing attention to this double standard, calling out Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey for discriminating against American citizens at the same time as he coddles a foreign combatant group.
Former President Donald Trump was banned from Twitter entirely, but Islamic warlords are having the red carpet rolled out for them as they use the social media platform to broadcast their messages.
The Taliban proudly tweeted that its fighters had successfully taken over the capital city of Kabul in Afghanistan. Such messaging apparently does not violate Twitter’s “community standards.”
“Hey @jack why does the Taliban get an account?” asked Rep. Crenshaw. “You see what Americans are pissed about your BS standards?”
Zabihullah Mujad, a spokesman for the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, currently has a large following on Twitter of more than 277,000 accounts. Dorsey has no problem with Mujad using the Twitter platform to advance the Taliban agenda.
“We assured all embassies, diplomatic centers, institutions and places and foreign nationals in Kabul that they will not face any danger. Let everyone be in Kabul with full confidence, the forces of the Islamic Emirate are tasked with strengthening the security of Kabul and all other cities,” a translation of Mujad’s latest tweet reads.
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