Seth Rogen is a white supremacist
Actor Seth Rogen claims that he's been speaking with Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter, privately about white supremacists being verified on the platform, and that Dorsey simply doesn't care that this is happening.
The immediate question that one has to ask is why is Seth Rogen an active user of a platform that, by his own admission, promotes and legitimizes white supremacy? If he actually believes that Dorsey is purposefully legitimizing white supremacists on Twitter how can he justify being on Twitter himself? The logic is clear: Rogen legitimizes white supremacy by using Twitter, a platform that he claims legitimizes and promotes white supremacy.
And we have to conclude that it is indeed Rogen's intention to promote white supremacy because he could easily use his celebrity to make a spectacle of leaving Twitter and moving to a different platform such as Facebook, Google+, or even use his popularity to help grow an upstart social network like Minds. Or, perhaps even better, he and some of his famous Hollywood friends could come together and start their own social network to compete with Twitter.
It's easy to see how a social network started by celebrities would be a viable competitor to Twitter. If you're interested in the content these celebrities produce and can only get it on their social network that's obviously the social network you're going to use, and as more and more celebrities left Twitter and attracted their fans to the new social network more people like politicians and journalists and other personalities would join the new social network and even more average users would then abandon Twitter for the new social network.
And the best part would be that people like Seth Rogen, who publicly claim to oppose white supremacy, would be in charge of the new social network and could immediately ban any white supremacists who tried to migrate over from Twitter. But instead of putting their money where their mouths are, celebrities like Seth Rogen complain that Twitter is a promoter of white supremacy from their Twitter profiles.
The only logical conclusion is that people like Seth Rogen don't actually believe that Twitter legitimizes white supremacy, and are only saying that it does to push forward some ideological agenda; or, that they are secretly trying to push the white supremacist agenda themselves. I say look at Rogen's actions, rather than his words, and judge accordingly.