By selectively censoring content, Twitter is legally responsible. Expect lawsuits. Big, honking, nasty ones. Many.
As to the poor Journos? Go make sweet sweet self love. I'm sorry you guys have no marketable skills other than being internet parrots. It was a freak of timing and technology you had jobs, at all. Hollywood for the talentless couldn't last forever, when you and your bosses chose to pretend to be journalists and abandoned all the principles of journalism.
The good news is there is still work available! Just call Vladimir and apply to be what you accused Trump of. Interfering in U.S. politics for Putin. You can even telecommute! Pay, however, is adjusted for a living wage in Stalingrad.
McMurtry said the following organizations and people are those who can expect to receive the letters, which were all sent by the close of business on Friday.
The Washington Post The New York Times Cable News Network, Inc. (CNN) The Guardian National Public Radio TMZ Atlantic Media Inc. Capitol Hill Publishing Corp. Diocese of Covington Diocese of Lexington Archdiocese of Louisville Diocese of Baltimore Ana Cabrera Sara Sidner Erin Burnett S.E. Cupp Elliot C. McLaughlin Amanda Watts Emanuella Grinberg Michelle Boorstein Cleve R. Wootson Jr. Antonio Olivo Joe Heim Michael E. Miller Eli Rosenberg Isaac Stanley-Becker Kristine Phillips Sarah Mervosh Emily S. Rueb Maggie Haberman David Brooks Shannon Doyne Kurt Eichenwald Andrea Mitchell Savannah Guthrie Joy Reid Chuck Todd Noah Berlatsky Elisha Fieldstadt Eun Kyung Kim HBO Bill Maher Warner Media Conde Nast GQ Heavy.com The Hill The Atlantic Bustle.com Ilhan Omar Elizabeth Warren Kathy Griffin Alyssa Milano Jim Carrey
I have noticed that they ( mainstream media ) have stopped the mantra from 2017 "it's ok to punch a Nazi" now that we have socialists in power.
Seriously. Search "it's ok to punch a nazi". Don't bother with the quotation marks.
You will find a bunch of videos, a few websites I wouldn't link to on a bet, a string of butt covering "you shouldn't punch anybody" articles that pretend to be sensible, but are mostly fear of reprisal, and some smart stuff, but it's rare.
I say, yes, it's ok to punch a Nazi. It's ok to defend yourself. But it's important to understand where the lines should be drawn.
If a person is pushing a religion, ( and socialism is one, as sure as Islam, or Wicca ) they have every right to do so. They have every right in America to tell you to worship trees, or frisbees, or a Holy State. You should not punch people for proselytizing. We have laws, and we have a moral obligation to allow free speech and freedom of religion. No matter how crazy it seems to you.
That is very important. If you worship frisbees, then to maintain your rights you MUST support the rights of those who worship, for example, a deity that is a spiritual a troi with a demigod ( like Heracles, born of a God and mortal woman ) as the messenger of love, just as you would those aerobie heretics.
Only with mutual respect, can we all have freedom.
OH, feel free to mock the aerobie worshippers! If they object to your jokes about the flying rings, too bad. You in turn must harden your skin against jokes about the glowing discs. ( that I love so ) That is real fairness.
But when someone calls for violence against a group based on religion, ideology, or group identity, ( like Buell fans ) then, yes, you can defend yourself and others against them.
To be clear. A person yelling that Sandy the bartender will save us all from space aliens, is practicing his rights. Agree or not, you must accept his speech. Ditto the person yelling ( or carrying a sign ) that Sandy the bartender is an ignorant fool. Same rules apply.
However, someone yelling that Sandy supporters must die? Feel free to defend the Sandy supporters as you wish. I'd argue you may have a duty to do so.
The local law enforcement might disagree. Ymmv. Your choice, your responsibility. Use common sense.