Twitter co-founder apologized for giving Trump a platform; James Woods has a question for the ‘liberal numbskull’

Conservative actor James Woods called out one of the co-founders of Twitter after he lamented giving President Trump an outlet that helped him win the election.

Evan Williams, the former CEO of the social media website, expressed regret in an interview with the New York Times, over the fact that the platform many credit with his victory.

“It’s a very bad thing, Twitter’s role in that,” he told the Times. “If it’s true that he wouldn’t be president if it weren’t for Twitter, then yeah, I’m sorry.”

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Yes, free speech is horrible, Mr. Williams.

Woods hit the nail on the head with his tweet on the matter.

Precisely. In Williams’ ideal world the mainstream media would filter all thoughts and ideas to only allow the liberal side to be heard.

Ironically that’s how it was for decades until platform’s like his came along.

Many of Woods’ followers used Williams’ own creation against him too.

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