All right, my wife is back in the UK and I now have no excuse not to be posting 5-10 articles a day. So, here we are! Let’s get things rolling again, shall we? Where to begin…Oh, I know. How about the massive garbage fire going on over at Twitter.com. Ever since I got back, I’ve noticed something weird about my follower count, namely, that it’s been wildly fluctuating. I’ve seen it drop by over a thousand at a time, and swings of 100’s of followers is not at all uncommon. I’m sure some of those were actual bot accounts, but there’s zero chance they all were. Still, I’ve taken things in stride and continued my regular shitposting activities.
But after last night, many others in the conservative/alternative community have awoken to the same reality I described above. As of this posting, #TwitterLockout is still the number one trending topic in the United States after over 100,000 accounts were locked, and in some cases, deleted from Twitter. Leftist media outlets are claiming that this purge only affected bot accounts, but I can tell you from personal experience that it did not. I know of several real people who were deleted or locked as a result of this purge.
Battle Beagle, a prominent nationalist user, was restricted and was made to sit and beg to get back on.
#LostDog: Hi Twitter people. I think I left my back fence open and now I can't find my @HarmlessYardDog. He's a beagle and responds to #BuildTheWall. I have attached a picture for reference. If found, please return to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Washington, DC. Thx!#TwitterLockOut pic.twitter.com/84g87ybvAE
— The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸 (@ColumbiaBugle) February 21, 2018
Censorship, violence and population replacement are the only tools the left has at this point. pic.twitter.com/XXteee3yTV
— Battle Beagle (@HarmlessYardDog) February 21, 2018
Here’s how a Gizmodo hack described the mass censorship:
Conservative Twitter has even started a hashtag called #TwitterLockOut to talk about the purge, with some claiming that real people (as opposed to bots) were locked out of their accounts. Gizmodo has so far been unable to confirm that any real people have had their accounts mistakenly suspended.
I know you will be shocked to learn that this clown is full of shit. A quick search of my timeline shows that Beagle is far from the only real person/dog to be affected…
Twitter's attack was not just a purge of bot accounts.
Proof: My account was locked.
No reasonable person can say my account is a bot account.
All original content. I hardly even retweet.
This was an attack on Conservatives under the guise of a bot purge.#TwitterLockOut
— Mark Pantano🚩 (@TheMarkPantano) February 21, 2018
#twitterlockout is real. They want to censor conservatives by any means. My account is only one month old. I started this account during #ReleaseTheMemo. When I created my account and typed #ReleaseTheMemo I had gotten locked out. 3 times might I add. #twitter can’t stop us. pic.twitter.com/KelmjNrrn0
— AverageRican #Covfefe Drinker #Gamer (@AverageRican) February 21, 2018
I could post a lot more examples, but I think you get the idea. Keep in mind that it took me about 5 minutes to find those tweets. That’s the type of journalistic acumen we’re dealing with. Although, it’s more accurate to just call it what it is, lies and deceit. They’re not interesting in printing the truth, which is that Twitter is systematically purging accounts that go against the preferred mainstream media narratives.
These people are dishonest scumbags who are not at all interested in protecting freedom of speech on the internet. I know this isn’t exactly breaking news, but the #TwitterLockout provides the latest evidence of media mendacity.