Why Twitter Can’t Ban Domestic Terrorists


While @jack and his crew of #VeryFinePeople keep letting Nazis, white supremacists, Klan apologists and the Wannabe Führer of the United States threaten and intimidate ethnic minorities and average Americans with minority viewpoints, they find plenty of time and resources to censo.., err, suspend satirical writers and lifelong pataphysicists whose gibes and burns are just too vicious for the high tech pantywaists and schoolmarms who want nothing more than total control of what Americans think, write, or do.

At the beginning of my current 7-day suspension for mocking feckless #Repugnicunts @tomilahren and @megynkelly, I filed an appeal of @Twitter’s arbitrary and capricious enforcement of their kakistocratic rules by simple calling them censorious cunts, thinking nothing would come of it.

Nothing did, except this meritocratic horse exhaust:

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Meanwhile Twitter continues to allow Spanky and his gang to post incitements to violence 24 hours a day 7 days a week without so much as an occasional #shadowban while those of us mocking the powerful and playfully engaging in the deflation of pompous windbags can expect to spend hours or days silenced for daring to laugh at the assholes in the emperor’s and empresses’ hoary clothes.

Until this morning, Twitter had a placeholder on my feed (@doctorfaustroll) for a deleted tweet on October 24, 2018 that said the tweet had been removed for violating Twitter’s terms of service, but I just noticed that even that placeholder is now gone. This is the tweet that offended them so:

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I still have 2 days and 7 hours left in detention rolling spitballs, pissing into balloons and filling paper bags with dog shit that I will begin deploying on Twitter in 2 days, 7 hours & 30 seconds. Wear foul weather gear. Don’t say you weren’t warned.

The horror. The horror.

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