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Candace Owens, Whose Husband is CEO of Parler, Says ‘Censorship’ About to Get Way Worse At Twitter Upon Jack Dorsey’s Resignation

Candace Owens, Whose Husband is CEO of Parler, Says ‘Censorship’ About to Get Way Worse At Twitter Upon Jack Dorsey’s Resignation

Donald Trump, when he was in office, took huge advantage of social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. And the social giants gave the former president an awful lot of latitude. Despite the fact that he frequently broke their terms of service, Trump often got a pass.

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – AUGUST 16: Candace Owens is seen on set of “Candace” on August 16, 2021 in Nashville, Tennessee. The show will air on Tuesday, August 17, 2021. (Photo by Jason Davis/Getty Images)

That changed following last November’s election when Twitter began to fact-check Trump’s tweets. And once the former president incited an insurrection, he was banned from the site by CEO Jack Dorsey.

Despite that, the right seems to be treating Dorsey, who today announced his resignation from Twitter, as a friend. In fact, Candace Owens today tweeted that the Twitter creator was like a prisoner in his own company.

The Conservative pundit was responding to a tweet suggesting that ‘censorship’ would get worse at Twitter without Dorsey there. Owens responded, “This is the right take. I’ve been telling people for years. Jack Dorsey is not your enemy. He is a prisoner at his own company. Good thing the Parler app is finally working properly and looks amazing. The communists will fully run Twitter soon.”

Any comments Owens makes about Twitter, though, have to be taken with a grain of salt. Her husband, George Farmer, is the CEO of Parler, a pseudo Twitter competitor.

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