Er’rybuddy be gittin banned out der!
Dem social media compnies be actin like niggas on da South Side a Chicago on a hot summah night!
Twitter on Monday announced that it has banned over 70,000 accounts that share content surrounding the QAnon conspiracy theory in the wake of the riot that erupted at the Capitol last week.
The social media giant confirmed in a blog post that it has removed the accounts as part of an effort following the riot last week “to protect the conversation on our service from attempts to incite violence, organize attacks, and share deliberately misleading information about the election outcome.”
“We’ve been clear that we will take strong enforcement action on behavior that has the potential to lead to offline harm. Given the violent events in Washington, DC, and increased risk of harm, we began permanently suspending thousands of accounts that were primarily dedicated to sharing QAnon content on Friday afternoon,” the blog post stated.
Twitter said that “many” of the individuals impacted by the ban “held multiple accounts” that shared content surrounding the QAnon conspiracy theory, which baselessly claims that President Trump is working to expose elites in Democratic politics and institutions running underground child trafficking rings.
If it’s “baseless,” why does it bother them so much?
I don’t even think Trump is working to expose the pedophiles, but I will say this: these people really, really freak out when people call them pedophiles, in the way someone would if they were a pedophile.
Look: I’ve been called a pedophile. Everyone on the internet has been called a pedophile. The only people I’ve ever seen spin into a rage about it are actual pedophiles.
The now-banned accounts “were engaged in sharing harmful QAnon-associated content at scale and were primarily dedicated to the propagation of this conspiracy theory.”
Twitter last week permanently suspended accounts for former national security adviser Michael Flynn, pro-Trump attorney Sidney Powell and former 8kun administrator Ron Watkins as part of efforts to crackdown on content related to the QAnon theory.
Twitter has banned “QAnon” at least three times. Every time, I’ve explained: there is no possible way to tell the difference between QAnon content and normal boomer MAGA content. Literally, I can’t tell the difference, so there’s no way some Paki in India working for Facebook support can tell the difference.
- Facebook Brands 3 Million Trump Supporters “QAnon Conspiracy Theorists”
- “Where We Get Banned, We Get All Banned” – Facebook Bans All QAnon
- CNN Uber-Cunt Harlow Pressures YouTube CEO to Ban QAnon, Election Results
- YouTube Bans All QAnon Content
So, “ban QAnon” just means “ban random Trump supporters.”
Who else is getting banned out there?
Facebook will begin removing all content that mentions the phrase “stop the steal,” a full 69 days after Election Day.
The social media giant said in a blog post that it will ramp up enforcement against the phrase because it was used by those who participated in last week’s riots at the US Capitol.
“With continued attempts to organize events against the outcome of the US presidential election that can lead to violence, and use of the term by those involved in Wednesday’s violence in DC, we’re taking this additional step in the lead up to the inauguration,” Guy Rosen, Facebook’s VP of integrity, wrote in a post about the company’s preparation for Inauguration Day.
On Election Day, the slogan “stop the steal” quickly became a rallying cry among President Donald Trump’s supporters, many of whom were egged on by Trump himself and his allies with false claims of election fraud. As a hashtag, its origins date back years, according to Facebook’s CrowdTangle analysis tool, but it became wildly popular in recent months as a gathering place for conspiracy theories about the election outcome.
Facebook added that it will continue its weeks-long ban on all US political advertising, including by Trump, whose account Facebook suspended indefinitely on Jan. 7. Rosen said Facebook rolled out new “emergency measures” last week — for example, Rosen said, group administrators will increasingly be required to review posts before they can be published, and comments that contain hate speech or incitement may be removed from group posts entirely.
So basically, it’s illegal for anyone to say that the election was stolen, or to support Donald Trump in any way.
That is what blanket social media bans are: making speech de facto illegal.
Of course, I’m still allowed to say it here, on my very censored site (which is not allowed to be shared on social media). But am I even allowed to say it here? I keep reading Jews and journalists on Facebook refer to me as a “fugitive,” despite the fact I’ve never been charged with any crimes in my entire life (except felony cocaine possession when I was 19 – and that is EXPUNGED, and some DUIs, and those might also be expunged).
The hammer is coming down like an ACME anvil, folks – and you’re Wile E. Coyote.
Your entire existence is controlled and the course of your life is determined by a bunch of Jews and this guy:
Frankly, I’m sick of hearing that “no one elected Jack Dorsey.”
YOU DID ELECT JACK DORSEY.
You elected politicians who refused to limit the power of Jack Dorsey. That’s what happened. You all went and pulled the lever for Lindsey Graham, for Mitt Romney, for Mitch McConnell, for all of these people. If you hadn’t done that, then they wouldn’t be in office – it would be all Democrats.
When you went and voted for these Republicans, you consented to them taking your free speech from you. You consented to them committing election fraud to remove Donald Trump. You consented to being locked in your house, you consented to your children being kidnapped and injected with tranny hormones. You consented to everything these people want to do to you.
We have to stop voting, folks.
When we stop voting, we can officially say: “YOU DO NOT RULE BY THE CONSENT OF THE PEOPLE.”
And that is when the fun begins.