I’m Old Enough to Remember When People Thought Twitter Banning Stacy McCain wasn’t a test run for this stuff

Way back when my friend Robert Stacy McCain was banned for “targeted abuse” he asked the following:

Well, what is “targeted abuse,” what constitutes “participating” in this behavior, and what are the “rules around” it? Where is the evidence that I have been “violating the Twitter Rules”? Who was “targeted”? What was the nature of the “abuse”? Questions like this multiply, you see, if we can be permitted to ask questions of the arbiters of “Twitter Rules,” but that’s just it: No questions allowed!

“It’s as if the grown-ups left for the weekend,
and the SJW interns are in control.”

This morning, again without explanation, the @SexTroubleBook account — which I created last year to promote my book — was suspended.

Everybody is shocked, shocked!

“Evil preaches tolerance until it is dominant,
then it tries to silence good.”

Feminism is evil. But you knew that, right?

The story actually reached Twitchy where the question was asked:

@instapundit @SexTroubleBook Considering this is an election year, how far can this go before it becomes a partisan FEC violation?

Well now we know:

IT’S COME TO THIS: White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany locked out of Twitter for sharing the New York Post’s Hunter Biden story.

But what’s really interesting is not that they are banning people like JtLOL for tweeting out the NYPost story on Hunter Biden or even that they are banning NYPOST editors or even that Facebook is trying to kill this story as well.

What I find interesting are reactions like this from people on the left:

Ladies and Gentlemen this is how far the left has fallen into Marxism. That Americans in America would consider this behavior as acceptable and complement it speaks volumes about who and what they are, and perhaps always were.

China would be proud

One can not shame such people. One can only defeat them.

NOTE I’ll be talking about this on my Livestream at 11 AM EST Friday DaTechGuy off DaRadio, Twitter & Facebook Cross the Rubicon edition (moved from 3 PM due to me picking up a shift at work.

One thought on “I’m Old Enough to Remember When People Thought Twitter Banning Stacy McCain wasn’t a test run for this stuff

  1. Well, Da Tech Guy, anyone that isn’t in a coma could see that Facebook and Twitter have no commitment to free speech for those on the political right. So why am I looking at the buttons right above this comment box on your page that tell me to share the post on Twitter and Facebook? Are you on Gab or Parler? If so, have you publicized it? If not, it is hard to take your whining about Jack Dorsey’s censorship too seriously. You are in effect enabling them to do it by participating in their platforms. I visit your website rather than your Twitter or Facebook pages because I want your writing straight from the source, I realize that on those platforms your speech only exists at their sufferance. So I don’t participate in them. And maybe you shouldn’t either.

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