[Facebook] Zucked Again

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Mark’s mad at me because I called for what essentially amounted to male genocide — presumably because I put out the call from what was obviously a parody page.

I tried uploading a screenshot of the full violation order, but it was zuck.exe’d in less than a minute.

For the record, I am not a misandrist, and I offer a heartfelt apology to anyone who has ever received this impression from me. 🙄

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10,000 “Bots” My Ass

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This is about as “fake news” as you can get.

For the most part, these “bots” were people, and what these brave souls were doing was parodying (or otherwise copypasta-ing) the “opinions” of the Regressive Left — which still doesn’t violate Twitter’s TOS.

(This is why Twitter has to label them all ‘bots’.)

And the analytics involved weren’t nearly as sophisticated as they make them out to be.  Couldn’t be, not after the backlash following the second purge, when legitimate BlueWave accounts were inadvertently deleted. 🤣

Also, the “late September to early October” timeline is patently false — unless their math is more woke than mine.  But I suppose Jack wishes to distance himself from his more recent acts of censorship, because: BLEXIT.

That’s right, folks: #BlackLivesMatter only until they decide to #WalkAlway.

Unethical Hashtag Sham

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Twitter updated their rule book this morning, making “misuse of hashtags” a violation of their Terms of Service.

As a result, my account and countless others were indefinitely suspended for having previously “misused” such tags as #resist, #BelieveWomen, and #metoo.

This is only Twitter’s latest crack at censoring users who do not conform to their Regressive-Leftist ideology — or in the case of the #GreyLivesMatter movement, accounts that conform all too well.

This unethical hashtag sham is primarily intended to “erase” black voters who are associated with the #WalkAway movement.

It seems Candace Owens wasn’t the first person to use the #BLEXIT hashtag, and this has provided Jack Dorsey and his cronies pretext for censoring the accounts that are using it now.

But it’s not just Twitter that is going after Blexit.  Google has been actively suppressing the Blexit site to the point that people have donated money to the wrong organization.

Why is the Internet Oligarchy so afraid of Blexit?

Because President Trump’s approval rating among black voters is at a record high.

FACEBOOK: Due Process

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Response to friend:

You obviously haven’t been spending much time on social media — good for you.  The nut jobs are indeed demanding he be criminally investigated, and they’re being fueled by all sorts of re-shares claiming that it’s possible.

I’m a little stunned by your remark about due process — of course there is a need!  The “due process” being referred to is the presumption of innocence and the recognition that guilt must be based on evidence alone.

It means he has a right to confront these accusations, and to do so publicly without being told: “Shut up, you’re not allowed to speak!”

It means not forcing the man to “bear witness” against himself, the way the Left is trying to present his anger and tears as evidence that he is mentally unhinged.

It means not convicting a man on the basis of an accusation, when not a single shred of evidence has been presented.

This is absolutely about due process.  It a sense, that is the ONLY thing this is about.  The Constitution isn’t simply a piece of paper — it represents a set of values one would hope the vast majority of us still believe in, even if we can’t always agree on how they should be applied.

This is essentially the same battle going on right now over free speech, only framed in a different light.

Some people think the free exchange of ideas is a good thing, regardless of the merit of the particular ideas being exchanged.  Others believe there should be limits placed upon what is considered acceptable speech, but that such limitations should not come from the government.  And others do not believe in free speech at all.