Friday, July 22, 2016

Twitter Is Becoming More Bias Against Whites and Police

Milo vs Leslie
Breitbart Tech editor and movie critic Milo Yiannopoulos has been suspended from Twitter once more just 20 minutes before his "Gays for Trump" event at the Republican National Convention last 19 July.

The justification for the suspension is his current run-in with "Ghostbusters" actress Leslie Jones on the site. She complained to Twitter that she was being bombarded by racist and offensive tweets, even if she cannot provide any proof of that.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey publicly reached out to Jones last 18 July and suspended Milo despite the fact that he sent no abusive tweets to the actress.

In a comment, Milo said "With the cowardly suspension of my account, Twitter has confirmed itself as a safe space for Muslim terrorists and Black Lives Matter extremists, but a no-go zone for conservatives."

"Twitter is holding me responsible for the actions of fans and trolls using the special pretzel logic of the left. Where are the Twitter police when Justin Bieber’s fans cut themselves on his behalf?"

"Like all acts of the totalitarian regressive left, this will blow up in their faces, netting me more adoring fans. We're winning the culture war, and Twitter just shot themselves in the foot."

"This is the end for Twitter. Anyone who cares about free speech has been sent a clear message: you’re not welcome on Twitter."

Twitter, a company in dire financial trouble, has developed a reputation for draconian, one-sided and often-unexplained suspensions of conservative users.

Meanwhile, the platform has demonstrated an unashamed bias towards progressive causes like Black Lives Matter, ignoring open calls for violence against police officers that emerged following both the Dallas and Baton Rouge shootings.

In further indication of its political biases, Twitter also let death threats against Republican Senators remain on the platform for months without taking action.

Jones herself even posted racially hateful tweets against white people, but Twitter did not do anything.

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