Last week, Twitter tried to ‘set the record straight’ on whether or not they’re shadow banning Conservatives by explaining HOW they’re actually shadow banning Conservatives.
They literally explained what a shadow ban is by telling people how they are limiting the reach of some accounts and how it’s not a bad thing because all you have to do to see their tweets is look at their timelines.
Forget that this completely keeps these same people from being seen in the main timeline and ultimately makes them invisible on Twitter … somehow this is Jack and the gang doing us all a favor by deciding what we do and don’t see on their platform.
The Babylon Bee summed it up perfectly with ‘satire’:
— The Babylon Bee (@TheBabylonBee) July 27, 2018
We’d believe this far more than the bullsh*t they spewed about how they’re not silencing political ideas they disagree with.
@TheBabylonBee getting to close to reality lately.
— The Conservatarian Journal (@Journal_TC) July 28, 2018
Wait, @TheBabylonBee is satire? Who could tell? ?
— Jacki Barron❌ (@PatriotJackiB) July 28, 2018
BTW, the red ‘X’ next to a name is someone who is in some way or another limited on Twitter.
nailed it with sarcasm.. again
— mathewsjw (@mathewsjw) July 28, 2018
How dare he allow opinions from others!
— the pitch fork (@mr_pitchfork) July 27, 2018
He’s not, really.
Maybe a little bit. Heh.
That's not satire.
— Deron Reid (@DeronMReid) July 27, 2018
Lol thought it was real for a sec
— Kim B. ? (@kkblackson) July 27, 2018
It basically is true.
Are we positive this is satire?
— TCinOP (@TCinOP) July 28, 2018