How long until the idiots in charge of Twitter ban Master Milo for good? Well, it might be coming sooner than we thought, although I hope that’s not the case. He just got temporarily locked out of his account for tweeting the screenshot of Brianna Wu’s college info earlier today. Keep in mind, this was the same screenshot that appeared here on Monday, and I also tweeted it out myself later that day. Mine had about about 40 retweets while his had hundreds, but it was the exact same tweet from someone doing pretty much the same things he does. I also tweeted out a link to the story, of course, and that had about 50 retweets (pastebin archive). I went back and deleted both, just in case. Even though it’s probably only a matter of time before Twitter comes after me as well, I don’t want to make it easy on them.

The main problem is that you never know what is or isn’t out of bounds when it comes to the service. The way they selectively enforce things leaves it all up for interpretation. There is no universal standard or code. Everything is totally subjective and it’s decided on a case by case basis. I understand wanting this sort of leeway, but there has to be some way to make the rules understandable for people like Milo and me. You literally can’t figure out what you can and can’t do at this point.

Anyway, enough of my ranting, here’s a rundown from the Master himself…

Please don’t stop telling it like it is, even though I know that’s going to get you banned one day. Wherever he goes, I know that thousands will follow, including me…and I’m sure that will send Twitter’s stock price even lower.

    1. True. They are in the too big to fail phase, which is the phase that they can make whatever the fuck they want, which includes wasting away millions of dollars.

      1. Considering that twitter is losing money hand over fist? No, they’re already in the “we’re failing” phase.

    2. It may be thousands of conservative writers but it’s millions of conservative followers of said writers. If said followers can’t get the content they want on Twitter, they will leave. The only reason I even started using Twitter was because of of Ralph and Milo, and then my use grew from there. If they and others like them get banned, my use will begin to fall until I never use it. Not a sound business plan to drive away your customers.

        1. Even so, Twitter will soon have no product to produce profit for its investors. Calling people the product, as if that makes the argument about people leaving invalid, is asinine.

          Seriously. Imagine if you ran a convenience store and 40% of your product just up and grew legs and walked out of your marketplace only to end up at a competitor’s store. You’d blow a gasket if you had any sense. That’s a lot of lost money that becomes the profit for another enterprise.

    3. When Twitter becomes a boring, progressive echo chamber, more than just the conservatives will leave. One way conversations aren’t anywhere near as engaging as open discussions, people will tire of that shit real quick.

  1. It’s one of the stupidest things twitter could do but they’re almost certain to do it at this point, banning Milo over valid criticism and factual debunking of SJW patreon princesses will kick off a shitstorm that could make gamergate look like a mouse fart.

  2. It’s fear that Twitter / Facebook / Whatever Social Media people use is being run by the Lefties / SJWs who don’t like being exposed. It’s a pity really, Milo is a good guy. Why hasn’t there been a right wing alternative to Twitter and such where freedom of speech (Backed up with facts) isn’t attacked?

  3. The interesting aspect of your original exclusive report is that this story pretty much puts her in a corner from multiple angles. The university already answered the request and I don’t think they would reach out to her to tell her that statememt randomly.

    I’ve had 3 positions with fortune 500 companies and I know they contacted my educational institutions to verify my qualifications and none of the 3 ever reached out to notify me.

    I love how all of her followers say this isn’t jouralism. They should check out the documentary “The Woman Who Wasn’t There” this is clearly fair journalism and this is how pathological fallacy tellers are caught and finally get the assistance and therapy they need to stop lying.

    The main difference between Wu and the woman the documentary is about is that the woman in the documentary didn’t get any direct financial benefits from the dishonesty, Wu clearly has via Patreon.

    Other than that, there is many similarities. Media interviews with doctored information, questionable education, unclear personal interactions from the past, Uncanny similarities.

    Basically, when you lie constantly, the crash at the end is that much more damaging and you can’t blame anyone but yourself.

    I’m predicting she’ll either disappear for a long while in the name of safety or harassment or she’ll come up with the most absurd farse of an excuse we’ve ever witnessed.

      1. I am actually watching it right now. It’s on Hulu and I don’t know why I’m surprised a person could be so disgusting and twisted.

  4. Well, a representative in South Carolina wants members of the press to be registered or risk fines. As usual on KIA some members are using this to make snide remarks or hate on Milo despite all he’s done to bring out these SJW pieces of shits. Yeah he’s a professional troll but the media as a whole is full of people much worse. I think SJWs have inserted themselves among us.

    1. I ran across this and did some digging. He’s not actually serious — he’s basically cudgeling members of the leftist media about their treatment of firearms ownership. ‘How would you like it if we regulated the First Amendment the same way you want to regulate the Second?’.

  5. Look you big mean jerks, he identifies as a college grad, just like he identifies as a woman. Quit being so mean.

  6. There is likely just one or two people at Twitter pulling the strings on this. They may not want to publicly comment. But having lawyers show up at their offices to ‘discuss’ the issue will send them a clear message

  7. >Make empty statements about people and movements for victimbux, get invited to Twitter HQ.
    >Make evidence grounded reports about conartists, get your account suspended.

    So glad I don’t have a Twitter account.

  8. His days are numbered at this point and Twitter will be a far less interesting place than it already is when he’s gone.

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