Twitter’s CEO Apologizes For Labeling Black Conservative Lady As ‘Far Right’

Remember that ‘Leftwing Bias’ Zuck was talking about? Here it is in action… again.

Classic case of ready, fire, aim.

Someone is criticizing the political left… and they’re trending?

Quick. Discredit them. Mark their opinions as ‘beyond the pale’. Mark the as aberrant and abnormal.

In other words, call them ‘Far Right’. It’s been working as a tool for demonizing so many other people — even ‘moderates’ like Dave Rubin or Professor Jordan Peterson, for example — why stop now?

After all, Twitter’s CEO is pretty open about his hostility to Conservatives and his desire to ‘colonize’ the rest of America and force us all to accept a government of his choosing.

Remember the story he praised as a good read?
Leftist Want A ‘New Civil War’ – This Post Is Disturbing

So why would you expect anything less than heavy-handed censorship of people who don’t toe the party line. Especially when we’re talking about the black woman who was the first domino in the ‘Conservative Kanye’ craziness we’ve seen recently.

Game On: Kanye Commits His Rebellion Against Democrats To Song

Twitter reacted to the Kanye thing by posting this story:

Twitter got caught and got called out for it.

Here’s the CEO’s reply.

Come again?

A ‘clear break in your curation process’? Do we need to go back to that pro ‘civil war’ post you endorsed to see how readily we should believe this apology?

This was ENTIRELY CONSISTENT with their ‘curation process’. Just like the anti-gun Parkland kids got immediate blue checks, but Twitter had to be shamed into giving that same courtesy to @kylekaschuv .

The only difference between her and anyone else they’ve conveniently deplatformed, is that THIS voice was a very difficult one to silence.

After all, Kanye just threw his support behind her. The fact that she was a female ‘POC’ would have also made it that much more awkward to dismiss her.

This reaction may be a little ‘over the top’, but it makes a point.


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