Tue. May 17th, 2022
From The Gateway Pundit


Jack Dorsey at the Ferguson protests in 2014.

Twitter founder Jack Dorsey accused CNN of creating conflict during the Mike Brown protests and riots of 2014. Jack should know. He was there pushing the biggest lie of all — That Mike Brown had his hands up when he was shot dead by St. Louis County Police Officer Darren Wilson.


Jack Dorsey in Ferguson pushing the lie that Darren Wilson killed Mike Brown in cold blood.


Jack Dorsey handing out roses in Ferguson.


Jack Dorsey with protest leader Antonio French in Ferguson in 2014.

Jack Dorsey joined the protests in Ferguson for several days. The protests were all based on a lie, that Mike Brown was shot in cold blood with his hands raised up by a St. Louis County cop. It never happened. Brown was the aggressor and was shot after attacking the police officer. The protests were all based on a lie.

Newsmax reported:

Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey on Monday accused CNN of creating “conflict” during the Ferguson, Missouri riots so that the cable news network could film it.

In 2014, racially charged protests flared in Ferguson following the fatal shooting of an unarmed Black teenager by a police officer.

In a Twitter string Monday, former Miss Iraq Sarah Idan said that she knew from covering events in her home country that “even CNN sometimes [sells] false news.”

“People need to understand every media is prone to either mistakes or deliberate corruption. Do your own investigation before believing what they’re selling you,” Idan tweeted.

Dorsey, Twitter’s former CEO, seemed to agree with Sarah.

“I know this from being on the streets of Ferguson during the protests and watching them try to create conflict and film it causing the protestors to chant ‘f**k CNN,’” Dorsey tweeted.

The post Twitter Founder Jack Dorsey Accuses CNN of Creating Conflict During Ferguson Riots — Forgets That He Protested There for Several Days Promoting the Big Lie appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

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