You don’t need a tinfoil hat to feel like Twitter’s powers that be are up to some pretty shady business.
Twitter's account suspension policies are getting a mite ridiculous.
— Jeff B. (@EsotericCD) May 30, 2018
And if you need evidence of that, look no further than what they did to Bruce Carroll, aka @GayPatriot:
— Bruce On The Loose (@BruceOnLoose) May 28, 2018
What was Bruce’s offense? That he referred to Chelsea Manning by her given name? Or that he accurately called her a traitor? Either way, there is nothing in that tweet that remotely merited a suspension.
— Rosemary Wilkerson (@richfield65) May 28, 2018
— Matt L. (@Vinminen) May 30, 2018
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) May 30, 2018
Wow @Twitter. Just wow.
— MP (@mariahlovesmich) May 30, 2018
@BruceOnLoose I am confused on why this is abusive behavior.
— Alyssa E. Hackbarth (@AlyssaEinDC) May 30, 2018
90% of my mentions are eleventy-thousand times worse than this and Twitter has no problem with any of those. https://t.co/60reDHYa6N
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) May 30, 2018
.@GayPatriot suspended from twitter for calling Chelsea Manning a traitor. In January. An objectively true statement. No swearing or anything.
You will hold the opinions @Twitter wants you to hold, or else.
— Kayla Elizabeth (@VixenRogue) May 28, 2018