Business Leaders Who Reject Woke Culture To Be 'First People Lined Up Against The Wall And Shot In Revolution': Ex-Twitter CEO

If one needed any further evidence of Twitter's far-left corporate culture, look no further than former CEO Dick Costolo - who went full Bolshevik in a Thursday Twitter rant warning that "me-first capitalists" who don't agree with injecting political activism into the workplace will be "the first people lined up against the wall and shot in the revolution," adding "I'll happily provide video commentary."

Costolo, a partner at Index Ventures and who sits on the board of Patreon (which got spanked in court for deplatforming conservatives), ran Twitter from 2010 to 2015.

As Reclaim The Net writes, "Costolo was replying to a tweet related to how Coinbase’s CEO has decided to separate business from political activism and offer an exit package for those employees who feel they can’t work in a company that doesn’t want to be hindered by politics and activism, as so many other companies have been distracted by in recent times."

Meanwhile, Costolo is finding support on the left for his murder fantasy - such as Media Matters editor Parker Molloy.