The irony and audacity continue unabated, with some in the Twitter management org chart openly and fearlessly spewing ugly epithets at conservatives, even while the company calls for eliminating hate speech on its platform.
Senior Engineering Manager Ian Brown has repeatedly caught the eye of those on the right for his aggressive, foul tweets aimed at President Trump, those in his administration, and conservatives in the media. It’s impossible to claim that those at the very top of the Twitter food chain are unaware of Brown’s attacks, as he is followed by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Chief Technology Officer Parag Agrawal.
If you are repelled by thuggish gutter-talk, time to move on, because we’re going to look at some of Brown’s latest.
In January, Brown echoed socialist Rep. Rashida Tlaib with this attack on the President …
Can somebody impeach this motherfucker before it’s too late? https://t.co/jmP7pVW3al
— Ian Brown (@igb) January 7, 2019
White House Director of Social Media and Assistant to the President Dan Scavino was a target of Brown in May, when he called him a “racist dick.” In another tweet he called him a “racist hack and a hate-mongering jerk.”
I’m gonna go out on a limb here and guess that the answer is…wait for it…you are a racist dick.
— Ian Brown (@igb) May 1, 2019
This past December saw Brown attack both Trump and Scavino in one not-so-jolly holiday-themed tweet …
— Ian Brown (@igb) December 25, 2018
It’s worth noting that Scavino is in charge of the Trump social media universe and he is involved in the current effort to rein in the tech giants’ obvious anti-conservative bias.
Last week, during a White House meeting attended by several social media executives, the President sang Scavino’s praises, talking about his role in the 2016 campaign when he alone battled the Clinton social media team. “There’s nobody better at that and I think Hillary had 28 people and I had Dan,” he said. “I had my Dan and he works at about 28 hours a day and he works very hard. He doesn’t work. I mean he loves it. He loves it.”
Brown obviously has a thing for Scavino. In April, he posted …
— Ian Brown (@igb) April 7, 2019
Perhaps the most visible and viral of Brown’s attacks on conservatives came in June when he commented on the episode when Eric Trump was spit upon by a restaurant employee in Chicago. He implied, or perhaps encouraged, that servers adulterate his food.
— Ian Brown (@igb) June 26, 2019
The Twitter senior manager has also tweeted out attacks on the likes of Republican Sen. Rand Paul and Turning Point USA head Charlie Kirk.
One has to imagine that if big tech is ever brought to trial for gross hypocricy and criminally misdirected virtue signalling, Ian Brown would be “exhibit #1.”
Conservatives do let him know they have their eye on him …
Shut down twitter as the propaganda wing of the DNC that it is.
— Mark Robinson (@markd0713) July 15, 2019
Boy! 16 likes and they are all current and former Twitter employees and I’m guessing every single one is a Trump-hating leftist. Kinda makes it hard to maintain an inclusive platform that doesn’t discriminate against those who have counter points of view, does it?
— heKtr_leKtr (@heKtr_leKtr) July 15, 2019
I wonder in how many court cases this tweet will be referenced.
— Bright Start News (@BRIGHTstrt) July 15, 2019
Actually its time for you folks at twitter who are blocking free speech to go to jail!
— Kevin (@KevinDS46) July 15, 2019
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