2018 Flashback: Alex Jones Called Out Twitter’s Jack Dorsey Over Censorship At Capitol Hill Hearing

Infowars founder vindicated following trove of insider data published by Elon Musk exposing Twitter's anti-conservative bias

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Over four years before Elon Musk took over Twitter and exposed the company’s collusion with Democrat politicians, government agencies and left-wing groups to silence conservatives on the platform, Alex Jones publicly confronted then-Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey about the biased censorship.

In September of 2018, the heads of the Big Tech companies Twitter, Facebook and Google were brought to Capitol Hill to testify about internet censorship.

While roaming the halls of the Capitol, Jones tried to confront some of the executives responsible for the banning of himself and the Infowars platform.

The previous month, Jones was deplatformed by YouTube, Facebook, Apple and Spotify.

Jones told mainstream media reporters at the Capitol, “I am here because there is a concerted effort by the Democratic Party and multinational corporations and Big Tech to silence conservative and nationalist and populist voices ahead of this critical midterm election.”

He explained that Apple admitted to meeting with Democrat senators to gameplan the anti-conservative censorship agenda under the treat of left-wing politicians federalizing the tech companies if they didn’t go along.

Jones continued, “I am here to discuss the reality that there is an attempted purge of the First Amendment taking place in this country.”

See some highlights from Jones’ Big Tech trip to Washington below:

Mainstream outlets in 2018 claimed “misleading reports” led people to think Twitter was shadow-banning conservative accounts, and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey testified under oath that the practice was not taking place.

After Jones criticized Dorsey in the halls of Congress, the triggered tech executive permanently deleted his account with almost one million followers.

Now, the people of the world have access to the internal messages of Twitter employees showing collusion with Democrat politicians to silence specific accounts for strictly political reasons.

This clearly vindicates Jones and the plethora of others who were warning the world about the anti-First Amendment practices of Big Tech, but will anyone be held accountable for abusing the Constitution?

CLICK HERE to watch the full video of Jones’ 2018 Washington, D.C. trip.

For more information on the bombshell Twitter Files being released by Elon Musk, follow the links to PART ONE & PART TWO.