Their employees comb the tweets with algorithms looking for strong conservative voices so they can suspend those accounts.
Unfortunately, your right to free speech is not recognized by Twitter. Like all liberals they want to scrap our constitution and bill of rights leaving us dependant on leftist control.
Users don’t need to break any of the Twitter rules in order to be suspended. Twitter instantaneously deletes accounts permanently, or gives them a restrictive time-out for 12-hours to one week when they read or see something that doesn’t fit the libtard narrative.
Moreover, during the past year Twitter has even resorted to purging user’s followers. Just today, one conservative had over 2000 of his followers purged from his account. Another had all of his previous tweets deleted. This is clear harassment. If you contact Twitter to complain, you get crickets. If you are suspended, rarely do you receive a reason why. There is no reason except Twitter’s hypocrisy.
If you are a liberal, you never face suspension even if you break all the rules. Twitter creates an arena where one side always wins—the liberal side. The same is true if you’re a Muslim, especially a Muslim congressman who calls our president a motherf**ker. Or if you’re Louis Farrakhan and you rant anti-Semitic sermons on video.
It comes as no surprise that the majority of Twitter stock is owned by a Saudi prince, a Muslim, and we all know how much Muslims love free speech for non-Muslims.
Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Alsaud, who in 2011 invested $300 million in the social network, now owns 34.9 million shares of Twitter’s common stock, according to a new regulatory filing. He now owns more of Twitter than liberal ass-hat and founder, Jack Dorsey.
With all of this, I have developed a theory wherein I believe Twitter’s unfair actions against conservative voices have caused a collective crescendo of rage to build in the conservative community. I’ve watched how the anger has grown and the resolve has strengthened among this group. They are sticking together and building alliances, both of which have been historically rare among the conservatives and the GOP. Their former torpidity is withering away and morphing into a new hardened posture. Conservatives are becoming a wall (pun intended) against the Democrat onslaught.
Conservatives have historically been too passive and don’t typically retort with the same venomous vivacity the left employs. But no longer. Just look at the change in Senator Lindsey Graham’s disposition after being angered by the Democrats and their shameless attack on SCOTUS pick Judge Kavanaugh. And the majority of conservative tweeters are all in for this government shutdown to remain in effect until the obstructionist Democrats get on board with a border wall. These are signs that conservatives are actualizing and becoming tougher.
Twitter is the predominate arena for online political debates and Twitter’s stifling acts are helping to forge the conservative movement into a born-again hard-ass set of strong American patriots.
Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer have screwed the political pooch and their days in the political arena are numbered. 93% of Americans believe we have a serious problem on our southern border, yet the Democrats are refusing to consider any remedy out of sheer blind hatred for president Trump. (See: Democrats Get Trump-Thumped Again)
While the Democrats and Twitter are busy throwing us all under the bus, conservatives are circumventing their sedition. I read yesterday that people in droves are sending bricks to Nancy Pelosi. This is atypical behavior for conservatives and provides yet another glimpse into the new conservative fortitude.
I could go on, but you get the point. Democrats are going to lose big in the 2020 elections and Trump will win again after soundly flogging their line up of lefty liberal communist loons. Twitter is doing its part to fuel this outcome, so the joke is on them.
Update 16 Jan 2019:
Joe M from Twitter (@StormIsUponUs) just tweeted this:
There has been a sudden rise in auto-blocking over the past two days. This is where Twitter automatically blocks accounts you follow. You don’t realize you blocked them, and never see their posts. [They] are getting ready for something.