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"Twitter has become a public danger just as the trusts in the early Twentieth century were," said Jack Lombardi. "It promotes racial hatred and divisions. It needs to be broken up
MANHATTAN, IL, December 02, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Today, Jack Lombardi, Republican Congressional candidate for Illinois' Fourteenth Congressional District called for Twitter to be broken up saying the platform favors race baiting and hate to advance a progressive agenda. Twitter's heavy-handed content moderation is a clear abuse of its longstanding liability protections under Section 230, a law that presupposed that companies would provide "a true diversity of political discourse," not an echo chamber of far-left orthodoxy he said. Twitter has repeatedly attempted, with the help of partisan political groups, to suppress conservative speech that they mislabel as "misleading," while ignoring blatant falsehoods peddled on the left or by China. This problem was at its apex last year when Twitter deliberately suppressed the distribution of an unflattering Hunter Biden story in the New York Post, describing the report as "potentially spammy or unsafe." That was a lie, and the Post was eventually vindicated on the facts. But the damage was done. It has banned Donald Trump but allows Iran's Ayatollah Khamenei free rein to call for the extermination of Israel, Lombardi pointed out.
And just when you thought it could not get any worse, the new CEO of Twitter, Parag Agrawal is on record saying that public discourse should be out and Twitter users should conform to Twitter's leftist values Lombardi pointed out. And Agrawal is on record in espousing racial hatred where he questioned why should he distinguish between white people and racists.
"Twitter has become a public danger just as the trusts in the early Twentieth century were," said Jack Lombardi. "It promotes racial hatred and divisions with a clear leftist agenda. It needs to be broken up.
"Twitter is being used with a clear agenda by the left to stifle free speech and a promote a socialist agenda for America," said Lombardi. "It has become a public danger to free thought and the American way of life."
Lombardi's story is that of an ordinary Chicagoan with exceptional zeal who broke the norm, building a better life with the resources he had at hand. Today, he is a successful businessman with vast experience in leading diverse teams to a common goal of success.
A natural entrepreneur, Lombardi earned his first money at age 8 selling soda on a neighborhood street corner. He started his first business, Lombardi Trucking, by age 22 and has never looked back. Currently, Lombardi owns Chicago's premiere digital marketing company and runs multiple internet companies.
Born and bred on Chicago's southwest side, Lombardi went to nearby St. Laurence High School and later attended Northwestern Business College. He is proud to be the husband of Sharon Lombardi and father of his son Jack III and daughter, Summer.
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