Welcome to 2021
Twitter and Facebook are fulfilling promises to Satan, as if an edict from Hell was issued yesterday. In a combination sweep of people deleting, and people being suspended, both platforms have gone rogue on America.
Perhaps both should move their headquarters to China.
Massive numbers of people have abandoned Twitter in the past 24-hours, and many have been suspended. It’s impossible to tell without looking at each account individually which it was. This should shape up Twitter for this summer, when it will look twitterific in its bikini, if the company survives that long! Things happen fast in this whirlwind world we live in! There’s a real chance some of the biggest companies in the world could face shattering hits as they attempt to position themselves as virtuous traitors. Zuckerberg and that hairy guy that runs Twitter might as well just burn the American flag.
85,000 followers purged in a day and a half.
I guess the Twitter folks missed all the liberal blather about “unity.”
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) January 9, 2021
Go Iran! You Rock!
The President of the United States has been permanently banned from both platforms, Twitter and Facebook, two companies on their ways to infamy. It’s worth noting, though (Iranians, relax!) the Twitter account of Sayyid Ali Hosseini Khamenei (known to friends as “Ali” or “Ayatolá”) is unaffected, still up strong.
Of course, he didn’t do anything to frustrate left wingers trying to take over the world this week. Still, some Americans are not happy with the new trend. Here’s what we have at end of day Friday (today):
Big Accounts Gone From Twitter
Donald J. Trump
Team Trump (Text TRUMP to 88022)
Rush H. Limbaugh
Punisher Frankie 🐸
Sidney Powell 🇺🇸⭐⭐⭐ #Kraken
Big Accounts Still On Twitter
(in no particular order)
The White House
The Trump Organization
Vice President Mike Pence
Donald Trump Jr.
Department of State
Senator Ted Cruz
Diamond and Silk®
Rudy W. Giuliani
Tulsi Gabbard 🌺
Tiffany Ariana Trump
In the meantime, two Twitter alternative sites for chat, Gab and Parler, both spending months self-promoting for this exact moment, have both miserably failed to provide working pages when viewers visited en masse today. They were overwhelmed, unprepared. That’s pretty pitiful, considering I’d contacted one of the proud owners of Parler months ago offering him a sufficient Internet fiber connection. I reached out again today. I think they’re in denial.
And another day, a bit of a rotten one, goes into the history books. While Twitter erases the history of our President, we look ahead.
Best wishes my friends. I promise I’ll be here if you desire to surf.