Laura Loomer has street art of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey plastered all over the outside of Twitter’s headquarters. The art depicts Dorsey dressed like a Taliban terrorist. It is symbolic of the way Dorsey allows the Taliban free rein on Twitter while he censors every conservative he can find. That includes Loomer herself and President Trump. Twitter should be held to account for their actions by the IRS and the FEC.
By censoring conservatives for nothing, liberals can violate every single term of service that Twitter claims to enforce and they never get taken down, which means you could construe this practice to be a campaign contribution.
The value of which would be an incredible amount of money which should be considered a PIK. (Payment in Kind) It would be well above the legal limit for contributions. That should carry a heavy fine.
The art was designed by Loomer and drawn by Bosch Fawstin, a former Muslim who won the “First Annual Muhammad Art Exhibit and Contest” that was attacked by ISIS in Garland, Texas.
“For years, I have been raising awareness about Twitter’s alliance with Islamic terrorist organizations and their willingness to platform enemies of America. This is a concept I have referred to as Silicon Sharia, as Twitter has shown they have no problem banning millions of Americans for their constitutionally protected speech, including myself and sitting President Donald Trump during our elections, while they happily provide a platform for recruitment and propaganda for actual terrorists.”
“OPERATION TaliBANNED was created to highlight this absurdity and how Big tech tyrants like Jack Dorsey continue to wage digital jihad on free speech in America with widespread bans rooted in the false Left-wing notion that conservatives and Trump supporters are the real terrorists,” Loomer continued. “Twenty years ago, Twitter did not exist, but it would have been unfathomable to every American that someday in America, the leader of one of the most powerful tech companies in the world would aid and avert Islamic terrorists in the digital public sphere. Jack Dorsey has made it clear that thanks to people like him, Americans are less safe than they were 20 years ago.”
Fawstin pointed out that the issue, for him, is not that Twitter bans people — but who they ban and who they don’t.
“The issue with leftist-run tech companies like Twitter is not about whether they have the right to ban people from their platform, it’s about who they consistently target for banning and why, and who they don’t ban, no matter what. They banned a sitting president, Trump, over the lie that he was the leader of an ‘insurrection’, which the FBI now admits there was no proof of,” Fawstin said.