As Twitchy reported, Twitter on Monday is rolling out “Birdwatch,” a “community-driven approach to addressing misleading information” that allows members to add notes to tweets that they feel include misleading information.

We’re old enough to remember when Twitter locked the New York Post out of its account for weeks because it wouldn’t remove its tweets about its scoop on Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop, which was “misinformation.” The media ran with it, and more than 50 former senior intelligence officials signed a letter saying the story had all the hallmarks of Russian misinformation. Then we learned in December that Biden has been under federal investigation since 2018.

Dana Loesch wrote a piece on the media’s handling of the Hunter Biden story (no, not the one where he had the Secret Service stop for bagels after church), and that got her hit with a violation — and having a recent violation prohibits you from joining the Birdwatch program.

Never fear, though: Stephen L. Miller, aka RedSteeze, has already signed up:

Start with all of the stories about Hillary Clinton saying she was the candidate they basically stole the election from.

Hey, Ben McDonald too! Well, he’s on the waiting list, at least.

Sorry, Craig:

So Twitter absolutely totally botches its handling of the New York Post’s story — even Jack Dorsey said its handling of the situation was “not great” — and then freezes you out of its community-based accountability program if you violated the rules by posting about the story.