Twitter’s new CEO ‘likes’ the Minnesota Freedom Fund and China — doesn’t like white people

Twitter's new CEO liked a post from a former Twitter employee who boasted about donating to a Minnesota bail fund that put accused pedophiles and serial domestic abusers back on the streets.

Parag Agrawal/YouTube screenshot

Twitter’s new CEO has signaled his support for China and the Minnesota Freedom Fund in the past. He’s also suggested that he holds blanket beliefs about all white people.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey stepped down Monday morning, handing the reigns to software engineer Parag Agrawal.

“After almost 16 years of having a role at our company … I decided it’s time for me to leave,” Dorsey announced in a company-wide email that was posted to Twitter. “Parag [Agrawal] is becoming our new CEO … My trust in him is bone deep,” the co-founder added. Agrawal responded, thanking Dorsey for his endorsement. He also said he looks forward to showing “Twitter’s full potential” and that the company’s “purpose has never been more important.”

This announcement comes as a surprise to many who are unfamiliar with the man who will now lead one of the largest social media platforms.

However, while Agrawal’s name is relatively unknown compared to Dorsey or Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, he is a longtime tech industry insider. He was educated at IIT Bombay in India and at America’s Stanford University and has also worked at Microsoft, Yahoo and AT&T Labs. His personal politics seem to match the bias of these institutions.

He has liked tweets supporting the Minnesota Freedom Fund (MFF), communist China’s response to COVID-19, and has made his own posts backing the company’s choice to ban former President Donald Trump and institute controls to moderate conversations about the 2020 election. He also made a post in 2010 suggesting that because some people regard all Muslims as terror threats, he will regard all white people as racists.

Agrawal suggests that he holds blanket beliefs about all white people.

The MFF is a Minnesota-based bail fund that was once promoted by Kamala Harris and has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars freeing a man accused of sexually penetrating a young child, a man who curb stomped a person, several serial domestic abusers, and other people with long criminal histories.

Twitter’s new CEO telegraphed his approval for this organization by liking a tweet from a former Twitter staffer who posted the receipt for his $1,000 donation to the fund.

Agrawal supports donating to the Minnesota Freedom Fund.

Agrawal also “liked” a tweet from CNBC Beijing Bureau Chief Eunice Yoon, who praised China’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“China was the first line of defense to prevent the spread of this virus,” she said. “They locked down cities of 15mln [sic] people to prevent the spread.” The tweet directly after this one said that “other countries should consider similar action” to China. Twitter’s new CEO apparently agrees.

Agrawal supports communist China’s response to COVID-19, which they may have created.

Meanwhile, connections between China and the origin of COVID-19 as an engineered virus grow stronger — despite the mainstream media’s attempts to discredit this possibility over the last two years.


Kyle Hooten

Kyle Hooten is Managing Editor of Alpha News. His coverage of Minneapolis has been featured on television shows like Tucker Carlson Tonight and in print media outlets like the Wall Street Journal.