Twitter Safety? For Some, Not All

Is anyone surprised that Twitter’s rules, you know for community safety or whatever, are completely arbitrary and subject to the whims of a person that is probably ideologically broken and is unsure of anything that is going on around them, much less what may or may not be harmful speech? Of course it helps if you’re a flaming liberal. In those cases, there is nothing that can be said that may be ruled as violating any of Twitters standards of safety. I almost can’t type that last bit without breaking out in uncontrollable laughter. Whenever anyone tweets anything that could be construed as something else (threat, racism, etc.) they should expect to be suspended at the very least. But how will anyone know when it’s allowed for some people, and not for others? Flip a coin..

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