Jack Dorsey Rips Into CNN’s Brian Stelter, Mentions Protestors Chanting ‘F**k CNN’ During BLM Riots

CNN was the target of a series of tweets by Twitter founder Jack Dorsey, in which the legacy media network was accused of purposely promoting a divide in society.

The heated exchange began when CNN’s Brian Stelter posted an article that accused Fox News’ Tucker Carlson of “always selling the same thing…selling doubt.”

“And you all are selling hope?” Dorsey snarkily responded.

Democrat pollster Spiers then jumped in, replying to Dorsey, saying, “They’re selling truth, which is hope-agnostic. It’s supposed to inform you, not make you feel some kind of way.”

“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 chan ‘f**k CNN’,” Dorsey added.

Upon being accused of “defending Tucker Carlson”, Dorsey reacted by saying he was “not defending a thing” and was merely “holding up a mirror” to CNN.

Dorsey has become more outspoken than he has ever been in recent days as a result of the Twitter board of directors, from which he is going to resign, attempting to prevent Elon Musk from purchasing the platform.

According to Dorsey, the board’s attempt to prevent the buyout is emblematic of the methods that have “consistently been the dysfunction of the company.”

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