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Jack Dorsey Red-Pilled?

Former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, who’s currently CEO of payments company Block Inc (formerly Square Inc), broke a nearly four-month silence on Twitter by posting an interesting tweet aimed at the Deep State.

“Splinter the CIA, NSA, and FBI into a thousand pieces and scatter them into the winds,” Dorsey wrote with a link to a portrait of President John F. Kennedy.

Many Twitter users noticed Dorsey’s comment and wondered if the former Twitter boss is now “red-pilled” or “based.”

Some replies below:

According to NBC News, Dorsey shared a video of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. discussing JFK’s assassination.

On Tuesday, in a post on the social network Primal, which uses technology that he has helped fund, Dorsey shared a 2020 interview with Kennedy, in which he promoted the conspiracy theory that the CIA killed both his father, Robert F. Kennedy, and JFK and espoused unsubstantiated conspiracy theories about vaccines, including that potential vaccine side effects are part of a profit plan for the pharmaceutical industry.

The posts do not explicitly endorse Kennedy.

The posts come as social networks appear poised to play a major role in the 2024 election cycle. On Tuesday, NBC News reported that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis would announce his presidential primary bid on Twitter in an audio event with CEO Elon Musk, who has openly supported conservatives on the platform.

Shortly before the post sharing the interview, Dorsey shared a link to a speech from JFK. He later posted on Primal and Twitter, “Splinter the CIA, NSA, and FBI into a thousand pieces and scatter them into the winds,” along with an image of the assassinated president.

On May 6, Dorsey shared a link to Kennedy’s podcast on Bluesky, another app that uses technology backed by Dorsey.


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