Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has stirred up controversy by tweeting a Medium article that claims there is "no bipartisan way forward." Dorsey called the article "great." The article also states that the United States is engaged in a “fundamental conflict between two worldviews that must be resolved in short order.”

The article was shared by Dorsey on his personal Twitter account Thursday night.

Per Daily Caller:

Author and media consultant Peter Leyden and political commentator Ruy Teixeira argued in the article titled “The Great Lesson of California in America’s New Civil War” that America is already in the midst of a second major domestic conflict of sorts and the way out is for the rest of the country to imitate California.

“In this current period of American politics, at this juncture in our history, there’s no way that a bipartisan path provides the way forward,” they wrote. “The way forward is on the path California blazed about 15 years ago.”

Essentially, the authors called for a complete marginalization of the Republican Party and its voters since they only care “about rule by and for billionaires at the expense of working people” and not “average citizens.”

California, despite its mass wealth inequality, growing lack of social cohesion, poverty, and soaring housing costs “provides a model for America as a whole,” according to Leyden and Teixeira. Interestingly enough, they claimed the state’s economy is booming, although arguably not for long. They also oddly claimed the state is running on surpluses without acknowledging its debt crisis.

It's no wonder conservatives are concerned with the amount of power the people running these massively powerful social networks have. They are Far Leftists and this one even supports completely getting rid of the Republican Party so the country can move forward with the sole voice being the Left. He also believes this is working out fantastically for California.

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