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So I chimed in on a conversation on Twitter........
By:  darth maynard (Moderators; 19869)
Posted on: 10-05-2019 13:08.
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..stating that I didn't think conservative opinions weren't unwelcome, but that if conservatives are asserting that Twitter isn't fairly giving them a platform for said opinion they could, as per the free market, create their own competitor.

The following backlash was interesting. Insults and swearing right out the gate from some, being called a "loon" and "wanting to censor conservatives" (persecution complex was strong with one).

I even got corrected on a certain detail about Twitter as a company, acknowledged it, but still asserted they were deflecting from my original statement that SM isn't intrinsic to our 1A rights, Twitter isn't beholden to it, and a competitor can come about in the market.

I ended up being blocked, and further mocked that it was like "talking to a stone wall" and I was like.."do these people even see what they are typing?"


“The shepherd always tries to persuade the sheep that their interests and his own are the same.”-Stendhal (Marie-Henri Beyle), novelist (23 Jan 1783-1842)