After Facebook and Twitter, The Leaning Tower of Pisa Claimed to Lean Left Too

Recently, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admitted that those who work for the social media giant have their own biases and that they’re “more left-leaning.” Earlier Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg had also admitted a Left-wing bias in the Silicon Valley. Expert architects have now claimed that The Leaning Tower of Pisa is also in fact Left-leaning.

A history of plundered loot, a treacherous foundation, hundreds of years of manoeuvring missteps and one proud Italian dictator – no we are not talking about the Congress. The Leaning Tower of Pisa was built with an intent to put up a public show of wealth, ironically enough the money that went into building it was nothing but proceeds from robbery. Socio-political experts believe that these attributes are enough to substantiate that the leaning tower of Pisa is Left-leaning.

Although the Left-wing prioritizes equality for all but not a single leader has done anything in this regard. Also, how does one essentially become a Left ‘leader’ if there’s equality for all?

Leftists are often seen speaking against extremism, but fanaticism is something which comes to them organically. In recent times Leftists have gone berserk to such supreme levels that they were seen demanding bras and sanitary napkins for men in order to ‘support’ the ‘flow’ of equality. And after finding out the Left-inclination of the Leaning Tower of Pisa, many are now expressing their concerns that the angle of declivity is not ‘Left enough!’

Left-leaning did not take place overnight and it was a faulty foundation accompanied with a tremendous burden on others that made it possible. It strikingly echoes with the story of the Leaning Tower of Pisa. The leaning has shortened its height or one can say that it has made it impossible for it to reach where it was supposed to. Similarly, the lopsidedness of views teamed up with a bias burden is the reason where the Left is not reaching anywhere. There’s not much ‘left’ to say. The end.

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