Twitter’s Lady In Red – Dorsey’s New Censoress?

I don’t think many people non-resident on the island of Taiwan will have read about ‘calls for investigation into Twitter censorship,’ arising from events which followed the appointment of a female ‘expert’ named Li Fei-Fei to Twitter’s board of directors.

Li Fei-Fei. 

Li Fei-Fei

Since this woman’s appointment, various people have reported their accounts cancelled.

One man reckons the ‘real reason for his account cancellations was that, on May 17, he tweeted that Twitter’s new board member has a “red background”… .

.that she is a member of a student association affiliated with the CCP’s United Front…

..and has close ties with “Second Generation” and “Third-Generation Reds.”

It’s said that ‘many other Twitter accounts used by Chinese dissidents were suddenly suspended without notice…

…they had also criticized Li or started commenting about Li just before their accounts were banned.’

There’s a lot more about Jack Dorsey’s new board comrade Li, and since it’s been published here and on Radio Free Asia, that leftist no-good has no excuse for not knowing what he’s collaborating with!

No wonder Dorsey’s meddling in the American election has become ever more blatant, not that he hasn’t long been guilty of left bias.


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No wonder he’s got it in for Donald Trump, who is fighting the good fight with Adolf-The-Pooh’s brutal dictatorship in Beijing.

Here’s just a little bit more.

French-based Chinese dissident Wang Longmeng (王龍蒙) wrote that Twitter’s ban on those who criticized Li and exposed her background “was undoubtedly related to Li Feifei’s appointment as a director…”

He believes that Twitter was quickly “dyed red” after Li took charge.

A week ago, in the USA, a petition was opened.



“Call for a thorough investigation on Twitter’s violation of freedom of speech.”

The creator of the petition wrote that Twitter is suppressing criticism of the CCP and suspending dissident accounts while pro-Beijing accounts remain unscathed.

See also Radio Free Asia -