Forget that Mark Hemingway actually received a message from Twitter explaining why he’d been reported (which is rare, usually they just lock or suspend most of us), but that someone felt the need to shut him down for criticizing Feinstein, especially when it comes to her Chinese spy, is almost creepy.
Seems whoever reported this does not want this story getting out there …
WTH. It looks like someone is trying to protect Feinstein from criticism. pic.twitter.com/vn7g33nFkw
— Mark Hemingway (@Heminator) August 9, 2018
*adjusts tinfoil hat*
Hrm. Now, who would have done such a thing? Reporting a tweet over a story?
Hey, at least Twitter didn’t find anything wrong with the tweet.
Criticism for what? Just a Chinese spy for 20 years placed with Vice-Chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Nothing to see here.
— Mark T Shark (@MRaff57) August 9, 2018
Right? No big whoop.
Besides, TRUUUMP! RUSSIA!
Wrongthinker gonna wrongthink
— Mike Dollar (@realMikeDollar) August 9, 2018
Wrongthink shall NOT be permitted on Twitter, dadgummit!
Shadow ban incoming
— 🇺🇸🇺🇸Shane Wolfe 🇺🇸🇺🇸 (@Rantingwolfe) August 9, 2018
Ok, this would be funny if it wasn’t sadly all too true.