Verified: Twitter’s ‘report a violation’ form includes this mind-boggling reason

Verified: Twitter’s ‘report a violation’ form includes this mind-boggling reason

This is the kind of Orwellian garbage you get when liberals run things.

On Wednesday, Twitchy reported that Twitter’s form for reporting a violation includes — get this — “disagreement with my opinion.”

This was found after conservative columnist and Donald Trump supporter A.J. Delgado was found to have been scrubbed from the site with no explanation. She’s but the latest casualty, having been punished for surfing while conservative:

@mitchellvii please spread the word Bill, @AJDelgado13 has been silenced.pic.twitter.com/oz7rUKn8ku

— Zachary O’Gafford (@Zach_Gafford) February 25, 2016

After Twitchy reported it, we went to take a look, and sure enough, there it is:

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Got that? So, apparently, Twitter is set to punish people based on their point of view. There’s a term for that: censorship.

Personally, I would ask an attorney to file a class action lawsuit. Assuming there is an attorney with the stones to actually do it.

No it isn’t — it’s very real, and from the history of these things, it’s only going to get worse if something isn’t done.

That’s putting it mildly.

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Joe Newby is an IT professional. He has written for Conservative Firing Line, Examiner, NewsBusters, and Spokane Faith and Values.


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