As we understand it, it was perfectly OK with Twitter and The New York Times that writer Sarah Jeong often tweeted about her hatred of white people, but it was the Sweet Meteor O’Death that took the hate speech too far by threatening to kill all white people.
When the wokeness algorithm can’t recognize sardonic context pic.twitter.com/UotGkJf4Z5
— Sweet Meteor O'Death (@smod4real) August 7, 2018
It was the Sulphur oxidizing bacteria content.
— Museumonkey (@Museumonkey) August 7, 2018
What? The deep-sea sulfur-oxidizing bacteria are the WORST!
— Sulfur Jerky (@queso_mas_guapo) August 7, 2018
We know, right?
why do thermophiles get a pass
— jowr (@jowr_what) August 7, 2018
you should have left it at "kill all the white people" and twitter would have left you alone.
— Mark Kelly (@asdf000_) August 7, 2018
Well duh! You should have just stuck with white people and maybe Twitter would have promoted your tweet. 😑
— ClassicalLibMOT (@CygnusA81) August 7, 2018
Yeah, @nytimes could probably get away with it though. 🤣
— ChurchJudge (@ChurchJudge) August 7, 2018
Twitter has become a parody of itself.
— Lone Watie ❌ (Ignorant Hillbilly) (@Bearclaw24) August 7, 2018
Ain't it a shame that the algorithm doesn't know how to use context clues?
— Adam W. Johnson (@awj9009) August 7, 2018
Huh. So you're saying everything on the planet shouldn't die?
I completely thought you were serious.
Is it possible that they might have missed it too? Nah, they dont make mistakes.
— Armagideon Time/Groovy Times (@scottvhoward) August 7, 2018
Sarcasm isn’t allowed
— Dennis Whitworth (@WhittyPics) August 7, 2018
How they see violence in your posts, explicit or implicit, is inconceivable.
— StrongBadToo (@StrongBadToo) August 7, 2018
Good lord. Isn't Twitter supposed to be comprised of the smart people?
— Ilan Levine (@IlanYLevine) August 7, 2018
First they came for the extinction event scale meteors, and I tweeted nothing…
— Softcore Libertarian (@Jefepeterson) August 7, 2018
First they came for the meteor of death. I did not object, because I was not a meteor of death…
— Gil Reich (@GilR) August 7, 2018
— So Far Left I’m Right (Comedian) (@BriteShiny) August 7, 2018
That's what you get for procrastinating.
— Bob ن (@BobHicks_) August 7, 2018
If you had caused extinction as promised in 2016, this never would have happened.
— Pillage Idiot (@pillageidiot) August 7, 2018
They’re worried about copycat SMODs
— Tom Augustine (@TomAuggie) August 7, 2018
Twitter thinks locking your account will stop your sweet sweet arrival.
— Im Still DangerZone (@StillDangerZone) August 7, 2018
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 25, 2016