The conspiracy-laden, hotheaded firebrand who also regularly appears on Infowars, Roger Stone, just got news that no one wants to see. Twitter has decided to purge its platform of Roger Stone after he attacked CNN Fake News host, Don Lemon, who continues to shamelessly shill for Hillary and the DNC on an almost daily basis. Roger had enough of the Lemon squeeze, so he did what any sane (or even semi-sane, for that matter) person would do. He let the Fake News troll have it, right in the feelz, with a vicious Twitter attack.
In the attack, Stone said to Lemon, “stop lying about about the Clinton’s and Uranium you ignorant lying covksucker!!!! You fake news you dumb piece of shit,” Stone wrote in one tweet. “.@jaketapper must be held accountable for his lies and very severely punished #Fakenewsasswipe.”
He also went after the kinder, gentler, but just as fake news trolly, Jake Tapper when he said, “@jaketapper must be held accountable for his lies and very severely punished #Fakenewsasswipe.”
The SJW-run Twitter team must have gotten together in a bruised panic, with butthurt potentials at critically high levels the team decided to suspend Roger Stone’s Twitter account. It is obvious that they needed to protect these gentle fake newscasters from having to face critically high levels of butthurtiness at being called bad names by Roger Stone.
At the time of the suspension, Roger Stone had over 800K followers on his twitter account.. As Infowars points out, Twitter doesn’t seem to really have a problem with people viciously attacking other people on Twitter. As a matter of fact, if you’re the right kind of person, someone who fits into their heavily SJW-leftist-biased perspective, you can even wish people dead and still not have to worry about getting your Twitter account suspended.
Interesting how Roger Stone was suspended but lib blue check accts are free to say whatever vile things they want with no consequences pic.twitter.com/7oxnBN3KhQ
— Mel 🇺🇸 🎃 (@ImJustAMel) October 28, 2017
Twitter bans Roger Stone but they don’t have a problem with this tweet? pic.twitter.com/QEdO2Yzpa7
— Ryan Saavedra 🇺🇸 (@RealSaavedra) October 29, 2017
However, explicit calls for my (and Snowden’s) assassination are just fine:https://t.co/LankUBdLks
— Julian Assange 🔹 (@JulianAssange) October 29, 2017
— Katherine Byrd (@peaceandjoy101) October 28, 2017
An anonymous Twitter insider told Hollywood Reporter, “We believe in freedom of expression and in speaking truth to power, but that means little as an underlying philosophy if voices are silenced because people are afraid to speak up,” the source said. “In order to ensure that people feel safe expressing diverse opinions and beliefs, we do not tolerate behavior that crosses the line into abuse, including behavior that harasses, intimidates or uses fear to silence another user’s voice.”
As we can see above, there’s plenty of harassment, intimidation and fear being exploited by Twitter’s SJW allies, but no word on Twitter as to how the rules they applied to Stone don’t apply to the thought police that Twitter seems to be answering to at every turn.
Roger Stone has fired back, claiming that he’ll be back. He plans on suing Twitter. Stone told Politico, “This is a strange way to do business and part and parcel of the systematic effort by the tech left to censor and silence conservative voices.” He added that he was talking to telecommunications attorneys, and, as a result, he would be bringing a lawsuit against Twitter.
Stone added, “I have been inundated on Twitter with death threats, threats to kill my wife, my family, my children and even my dogs yet Twitter seems unconcerned with these bloggers.” Yes, Twitter’s application of it’s rules, rules that are, in large part, written by people who believe hate speech should be a legal definition that could land you in jail. If you want to see more, read Twitter blog on the creation of their Trust and Safety Council back in February 0f 2016. You can see the list of thought police groups that comprise that non-gov, but still Orwellian ‘council.’
I have no idea on what grounds Roger Stone could POSSIBLY be suing Twitter, and, most likely, I won’t be supporting his lawsuit. If Twitter wants to further torpedo its brand and hasten the rise of microblog competitors that will at least consistently enforce their rules, thus giving people much more predictability and assurances of stability than they have on Twitter today (especially if they’re right of Stalin), then I say have at it Twitter. For more on why I feel that way, review this piece I wrote (along with a video presentation) about how YouTube is doing similar things that Twitter is doing and what that means for YouTube’s future, as well as their competitors’ future. The same principles apply here, as well as the same prognosis.
In a nutshell, Twitter will be, at best, a left-sponsored business failure that will cater to a lefty crowd, whose significance in the world will be dimmed with each passing year.