What recourse has the Twitter shareholder been given? Jack Dorsey intentionally and willfully torpedoed his own company. But it’s not his to do that with anymore. It belongs to millions of people owning those 751 million shares. In discussing with legal experts all of us who have been impacted negatively would be wise to form the largest class action suit in history. And if you’re an attorney who is bold enough to step forward to do so, let’s start the conversation, it’s time to save free speech. And we can start by holding Jack accountable https://townhall.com/columnists/kevinmccullough/2021/01/17/sue-jack-save-freedom-n2583257 The Twitter ceo and part owner by his actions have damaged the financial strength of the company. He has a fiduciary responsibility to his shareholders to make a profit and to get positive returns on people’s investment in his company. By banning its most followed user and seeing the departure of so many of that users followers be deprived retirees and savers for health savings plans, educational IRA’s , savers for future retirement, and financial institutions like mutual funds of a return on their investment that was virtually certain before his reckless and vindictive actions.