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Media members who once denounced the deployment of military force to American streets as the rawest incarnation of violent fascism have now joined together to cheer the military occupation of Washington, DC https://t.co/t4fDZpjZ2v
Two NYT editors lost their jobs in the Summer because they published an op-ed by a US Senator advocating a measure roughly 50% of Americans supported: deploy troops to quell unrest. Now, Washington, DC is fully militarized with troops and everyone seems perfectly happy about it. https://t.co/6SYSmA3Y2H
@Women___Exist There’s only one common denominator that I’ve noticed amongst all gc suspensions: the “offences” are all replies, specifically replies to people, usually male, who identify as transgender. I haven’t seen anyone get suspended for a stand-alone tweet that was not a reply
Trans activists are baiting us to reply to them & then have us suspended. It's ridiculous the tweets they have reported to cause suspension. They only have to say it hurts their feelings & Twitter complies. I stopped replying to them and I block them after checking their timeline https://t.co/FtTutEo5bD