Well isn’t this convenient.
Yesterday Twitchy reported that Twitter was accused of blocking Marsha Blackburn’s pro-life message because it was deemed ‘inflammatory.’ Because ya’ know, wanting to stop the slaughter of the unborn is so controversial.
For years to many on the Right, it has felt like Twitter silences Conservative voices, and this one was pretty blatant. Of course when you take a minute and look at who works for Twitter it all starts to make sense:
I'm sure it's nothing. pic.twitter.com/trTCaf19PX
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) October 9, 2017
And likely just a coincidence that a guy who used to work for Kamala Harris as her press secretary works Communications for Twitter, and Twitter blocked a pro-life message.
What the …
— Fillis Grapes (@DerrickTapia) October 10, 2017
Thank goodness Pacilio left his politics at the door when he started with Twitter.
— Corrupt 4th Estate (@WFBfan) October 10, 2017