Twitter makes it's censorship plans for the election clear

They should not be making the decisions about what opinions are allowed. And that's all that this is. Silencing their political opponents.

I'm not sure I agree that COVID-19 is a "hoax". I do think the panic is overblown and may been a narrative engineering exercise designed to wreck the economy before the election. We won't likely find out whether the panic was justified or not until years in the future, if ever...

But I am absolutely for damn sure that Twitter shouldn't be deciding whether or not you can express that idea.

Yes, it's their platform, and they have the technical and legal power to do that.

It's the moral authority they lack.

This entry was published Fri Mar 27 02:52:03 CDT 2020 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2020-03-27 02:52:03.0. [Tweet]

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