DeSantis Warns Apple: Removing Twitter from App Store Will ‘Merit a Response from U.S Congress’

Florida’s Republican Governor Ron DeSantis has warned Apple CEO Tim Cook that removing Twitter from the tech giant’s App Store will lead to dire consequences.

DeSantis issued a statement responding to reports that Apple is considering banning Twitter from the App Store due to Elon Musk’s free speech agenda.

The governor also told Apple, the world’s largest company by market cap, to stop being vassals for the Chinese Communist Party.

DeSantis was commenting on a report that Apple is not allowing Chinese protesters to use the AirDrop function anymore.

The protesters have been using the AirDrop feature to evade spying by the Chinese Communist Party.

“There are reports that Apple is not allowing the protesters to use this AirDrop function,” DeSantis said.

“That is providing aid and comfort to the CCP and then you hear reports that Apple is threatening to remove Twitter from the App Store because Elon Musk is opening up to free speech.

“If Apple responds to that by nuking them from the App Store, it would be a huge mistake and would be really raw exercise of monopolistic power that I think would merit a response from the United States Congress.

“Don’t be a vassal of the CCP on one hand and then use your corporate power in the U.S. to suffocate Americans and suppress their right to express themselves.

“The Chinese Communist Party’s ‘Zero COVID’ policy is draconian, unscientific, and represents a gross violation of individual rights.

“The Chinese people are right to protest the maniacal impulse to exercise total control of the population which is the hallmark of the CCP regime.”

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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