Twitter’s Descent Into Biased Censorship: “Disagreement With My Opinion” is Now a Violation

Infuckingcredible.  The same leftwing media conglomeration that demands free speech for themselves, censors people they disagree with.

From Twitchy.

Some conservatives have recently been suspended from Twitter without notice, while others have either deactivated their accounts or simply quit tweeting. Tonight, it looks as though conservative columnist A.J. Delgado has been suspended without explanation. (Editor’s note: see update below. She deactivated her account)

Adam Baldwin yesterday said goodbye to Twitter voluntarily, after clearing up the media’s narrative that censorship, not “alleged censorship,” drove him to look for greener pastures.

What’s disturbing is Twitter’s “abusive user” form, which includes among its transgressions “disagreement with my opinion.”

The complete form is HERE.

It has to be seen to be believed.

twitter abuse form 1

twitter abuse form 2


While they’re at it, why not have the little snowflakes fill out a Butt Hurt Report:

Butt Hurt Report


twitter banished conservatives

Leftwingnuts and racist minorities  aren’t anywhere near as scrutinized for their filthy tirades.

By the way, Disqus has a similar section on its complaint form:

disqus complaint form


Ah, so that’s why so many of my arguments with leftards get deleted.

Social media contains a lot of raucous debate in the form of ad hominem insults, profanity, and heated rhetoric. That’s the nature of the beast. Threats of violence and terrorism should always be dealt with, but honest disagreements should never be censored. Unless of course, you’re a conservative, Republican, or libertarian who shreds the lefties into little pieces. That won’t be tolerated.




3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by sfcmac on 27/02/2016 at 10:22

    Well, lets put it this way: The accounts of conservative pundits have been deleted by twitter because of the bias. Apparently, if your opinion has too much influence and the left doesn’t like it, you run the risk of being banned.
    So much for free speech.



  2. Posted by Jack on 25/02/2016 at 20:49

    I think you’re jumping the gun there. You don’t know how they evaluate these reports. It could be that ‘disagreement with my opinion’ gets circled filed and is there so they can dispatch with it quickly. Not saying it is but you can’t tell from looking at the form.


  3. Twitter can go to hell.


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