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Donald Trump Jr. Calls Out Twitter CEO Over ‘Flagrant Attack’ Of Conservatives

Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter

Donald Trump Jr. called out CEO Jack Dorsey Wednesday over the “shadow ban on Twitter of conservatives” and labeled it a “flagrant attack” on Republican leaders.

“So now @twitter is censoring @GOPChairwoman? Enough is enough with this crap. @Jack it’s time for you to #StopTheBias against conservatives and Trump supporters and fix this once and for all,” Trump Jr., tweeted along with a link to a Vice article titled “Twitter is ‘shadow banning’ prominent Republicans like the RNC chair and Trump Jr.’s spokesman.”

Donald Trump Jr. gestures as he arrives to attend a meeting in New Delhi, India February 20, 2018. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi

Donald Trump Jr. gestures as he arrives to attend a meeting in New Delhi, India February 20, 2018. REUTERS/Adnan Abdi

A short time later, he posted the tweet on Instagram and said the “shadow ban” wasn’t just a “crack down on some fringe accounts, but a “flagrant attack on mainstream conservatives.”

“This is my commentary to an article from @vice, yup even Vice did an article about the shadow ban on @twitter of conservatives. Go read it,” the first son wrote. “It doesn’t get more liberal than Vice and even they see it. This isn’t a crack down on some fringe accounts but a flagrant attack on mainstream conservatives and Republican leaders. This crap has to stop. #enough.”