This is a bit of a rerun, but we wonder how much of it we’ll be seeing Saturday. As Twitchy reported earlier in the day, Stephen Gutowski, one of the best Second Amendment reporters out there, why Twitter was warning people that links to his site, The Reload, could be “unsafe.” We’d assumed because his site is about guns and gun rights, and Twitter listed as one of its excuses that the site might contain “violent or misleading content that could lead to real-world harm” — a bogus excuse to be certain, but what other explanation was there?

Now National Review’s Charles C. W. Cooke is saying that links to his personal website, which consists of a contact form, newsletter sign-up link, and a short biography, also merits a warning from Twitter.

Not, it’s not “spam.”

Zero potentially suspicious files.

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