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Jack Dorsey is dubbed the "King of Quarantine Beards" during the Capitol Hill hearing as people flock to Twitter to poke fun at his shaggy facial hair – comparing him to Mr. Tumnus of Narnia and Rasputin

  • Twitter was full of funny memes and gifs responding to the Big Tech CEO's long and shaggy quarantine beard
  • Several people made Rasputin jokes claiming that Dorsey looked like the infamous Russian mystic
  • Others said Dorsey looked like Mr. Tumnus from Narnia or Tom Hanks from Castaway
  • Dorsey has been called the "King of Quarantine Beards".
  • Together with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Google CEO Sundar Pichai, Dorsey answered questions about dealing with politics on their platforms

Jack Dorsey's beard quickly became a star during Wednesday's virtual hearing on Capitol Hill.

Twitter was full of funny memes and gifs responding to the Big Tech CEO's long and shaggy quarantine beard and comparing him to remarkable numbers while joking about how wild his facial hair looked.

"Footage of today's congressional testimony from @jack," said one user, showing a photo of Tom Hanks in Castaway.

Several people made Rasputin jokes claiming that Dorsey looked like the infamous Russian mystic.

Twitter was full of funny memes and gifs responding to the Big Tech CEO's long and shaggy quarantine beard as he spoke during Wednesday's Capitol Hill virtual hearing

"Footage of today's congressional testimony from @jack," said one user, showing a photo of Tom Hanks in Castaway

Several people made Rasputin jokes claiming that Dorsey looked like the infamous Russian mystic

Several people made Rasputin jokes claiming that Dorsey looked like the infamous Russian mystic

"Jack Dorsey won't stop until young Anastasia and the rest of the Romanovs are destroyed," cracked David Mack of Buzzfeed.

Jacob Gallagher added, "Jack studied the Rasputin drip meme a little too intensively."

Dorsey is believed to have been a combination of Gandalf and Mark Hamill of Ian Brennar, but Kate Doak was quick to agree that the Twitter CEO looked more like ZZ Top.

He has also been compared to Master Pai Mei from the cult classic Kill Bill.

Jacob Gallagher added, "Jack studied the Rasputin drip meme a little too intensively."

Jacob Gallagher added, "Jack studied the Rasputin drip meme a little too intensively."

Dorsey is believed to have been a combo of Gandalf and Mark Hamill of Ian Brennar, but Kate Doak was quick to agree that the Twitter CEO looked more like ZZ Top

Dorsey is believed to have been a combination of Gandalf and Mark Hamill of Ian Brennar, but Kate Doak was quick to agree that the Twitter CEO looked more like ZZ Top

Dorsey has also been compared to Master Pai Mei from the cult classic Kill Bill

Dorsey has also been compared to Master Pai Mei from the cult classic Kill Bill

Perhaps one of the funnier comparisons Dorsey got was with the Faun Mr. Tumnus from The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.

"I'm prepared and ready to trade myself every morning, ten minutes after opening," said one user, showing a photo of a kempter Dorsey versus the more recent sighting.

The parody account @DorseysBeard returned to Twitter after a brief hiatus and said "Hello!"

And New York tech writer Mike Isaac called Dorsey the new "King of Quarantine Beards."

Dorsey has been comically compared to Mr. Tumnus from The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

Dorsey has been comically compared to Mr. Tumnus from The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

"I'm prepared and ready to trade me every morning, ten minutes after opening," said one user, showing a photo of a kempter Dorsey versus the more recent sighting

Dorsey, along with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Google CEO Sundar Pichai, was called to Capitol Hill on Wednesday to answer questions about how politics are handled on their platforms.

Jack Dorsey admitted during the hearing that conservatives "don't trust us to act in good faith".

The Twitter CEO specifically defended Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act when Texas Senator Ted Cruz Dorsey urged whether he believes his social media site is influencing the election in any way.

The parody account @DorseysBeard returned to Twitter after a brief hiatus and said "Hello!"

The parody account @DorseysBeard returned to Twitter after a brief hiatus and said "Hello!"

New York tech writer Mike Isaac called Dorsey the new "King of Quarantine Beards."

New York tech writer Mike Isaac called Dorsey the new "King of Quarantine Beards."

"Section 230 gave Internet services two important tools," said Dorsey in his opening speech, which he published in part as part of a Twitter thread. 'The first provides immunity from liability for the user's content. The second provides "good Samaritan" protection for moderation and removal of content, even constitutional language, as long as it is done "in good faith".

& # 39; This concept of & # 39; 'Good faith' is being challenged by many of you today. Some of you don't trust us to act in good faith, ”he continued.

"This is the problem I want to focus on solving," Dorsey vowed. & # 39; How do services like Twitter earn your trust? How do we ensure more choice in the market when we don't? & # 39;

Dorsey, along with Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, and Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, were called to Capitol Hill on Wednesday to answer questions about how politics are handled on their platforms

Dorsey, along with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Google CEO Sundar Pichai, was called to Capitol Hill on Wednesday to answer questions about how politics are handled on their platforms

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