Martin Shkreli, former chief executive officer of Turing Pharmaceuticals LLC, smiles while listening to opening statements at a House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform hearing on prescription drug prices in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016. Shkreli, who is no longer with Turing and faces federal fraud charges unrelated to the drugmaker, declined to make any comments to the committee. “On the advice of counsel, I invoke my Fifth Amendment,” Shkreli said. Photographer: Pete Marovich/Bloomberg via Getty Images

I’m not sure how trolling some snowflake from Teen Vogue is grounds for being summarily dismissed from Twitter, but that’s the world we live in nowadays. Lauren Duca is the woman in question, and the last time I saw her, she was getting rekt by Tucker Carlson on Fox News.


Anyway, Martin Shkreli has been picking at her the last few days, acting like he wants to date her, etc. It’s clearly been done in a joking manner. Well, it’s clear to anyone who has a brain. Unfortunately, those are in somewhat of a short supply lately. Today, he sent Ms. Duca a direct message asking her to be his “+1” to the inauguration on January 20th. She screenshotted this and send it out to her 135,000 followers.

After that, Shkreli decided to give his Twitter page a new look.

Well, that set the SJWs on the warpath…

It’s…a…joke. And the part that makes her “sick” feeling particularly hilarious is that she has stalked Shkreli in the past. And not on Twitter mind you. In public.


Maybe he had reason to believe she would be warm to his advances? No one knows what was said there at Guy Fieri’s Flavor Town, a place known for its romantic setting.

But in all seriousness, this whole thing was a (perhaps overdone) joke by Martin Shkreli and was definitely not grounds for termination. If anything, they could ask him to delete some tweets and change the pictures on his profile page. This is a huge overreaction by the powers that be at Twitter. Jack, please reinstate this man immediately.

  1. So… feminists can run the world, make careers and be so strong, but they can’t handle memes? #FreeMartinShkreli

    1. yes, but only as long as the definitions of all the words especially feminist, and strong only mean what the feminist in question wants them to mean and you know not what they actually mean

    1. Pretty much how I see it. Shkreli’s not my favorite guy (and I giggled when another pharm company managed to outflank him regarding the toxoplasmiosis drug and market it for cheap), but Twitter has turned into the magical safe space padded room for all the pearl-clutching progtards.

      1. Yup. It doesn’t matter how good or bad you are, as long as you have the right opinion.
        It’s kinda how I went from hating Philip Defranco (for using clickbait thumbnails and titles for his videos that was against Youtube’s guidelines, but they let it pass because he got enough traffick and ad revenue) to defending him over the Youtube Heroes issue because he was on the “wrong side” of the political spectrum.
        And I’m not even conservative!

  2. Take note, of everything this man has been alleged of doing THIS is what the progtards at the twatter think amounts to going too far. When looking at today’s political landscape it’s very important to understand that the only thing that matters anymore is what side you’re on and not anything you’ve actually done.

    I can’t wait for it to all just erupt into real violence. This world needs an enema.

  3. If she can take a dick, she can take a joke.

    Twitter are showing their true colours – any woman with a large enough following can cry and get you kicked out when she feels upset. Brilliant.

  4. holy fucking shit, ive stumbled into the seventh circle of braindead hell
    fuck everyone who writes this shit, fuck everyone who reads it, fuck all you dumbshits for commenting on it, this is the black hole of stupidity that will swallow our species


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