We all knew that Twitter’s new CEO was going to be a disaster for the First Amendment – even worse than outgoing CEO Jack Dorsey. Parag Agrawal is from India, and he is a militant communist. This man has no connection whatsoever to the Bill of Rights and our constitutionally guaranteed freedoms as Americans, and he’s going to govern Twitter like that.
Agrawal has even bragged on his own Twitter feed about his contempt for your free speech rights. His very first act as the new CEO was to ban conservative journalism and memes from Twitter. If only he knew how that was going to backfire on him!
Agrawal’s new rule that he made up on his first day on the job bans the use of a private individual’s images or media without their permission in tweets. It’s a one-strike-and-your-Twitter-account-is-blocked sort of rule. Here’s an example of how the new rule works.
Independent journalist Andy Ngo has covered Antifa like no mainstream journalist in America. He’s also written a great book that exposes the radical, anti-America agenda of the communist jackboots and criminal miscreants who make up the ranks of Antifa. He frequently posts pictures of Antifa terrorists on his Twitter page, and through crowdsourcing, has exposed the identities of many of them. He’s gotten several college professors fired for engaging in terrorist acts and destroying property while rioting.
Under the new Twitter rule, if Andy Ngo posts a picture of an Antifa terrorist burning and breaking things, or attacking a little old lady in a wheelchair, that Antifa terrorist can have Twitter shut down Andy’s account and censor him. All it takes is one complaint from the Antifa terrorist saying, Andy Ngo didn’t have my permission to post my image.
As mentioned above, this policy was designed solely to censor conservative media outlets, independent journalists who don’t tow the Democrat Party’s propaganda line, and meme makers. What Agrawal didn’t realize is that it cuts both ways, and the new wave of Trump conservatives would turn Twitter’s own weapon against it.
I’ve expressed a lot of praise over the years for Donald Trump’s volunteer army of happy meme warriors. That army helped to propel Donald Trump into the White House in 2016, by relentlessly posting memes and meme videos on social media that exposed Crooked Hillary’s seizures, Bill Clinton’s plane rides with Jeffrey Epstein, and the overall corruption of the Democrat Party.
The meme warriors are hilarious and “dangerous” in their own way. Remember Shia LeBeouf’s public web camera that he set up for deranged leftists to scream “Hate will not divide us?” The meme warriors kept tracking the camera down and disabling. Even after LeBeouf stationed the webcam in a cornfield in the middle of Iowa, the meme warriors still tracked it down by analyzing FAA flight patterns from contrails that the camera picked up in the sky. The meme warriors are just that dedicated, devilishly funny, and good at trigonometry.
You don’t want to get on their bad side. Which is exactly what Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal did when he banned memes and conservative media from Twitter.
The meme warriors sprang into action immediately when the new rule went into effect. A reporter for the Beverly Hills Courier (newspaper) named Samuel Braslow posted a video of anti-mask protesters in Los Angeles a few weeks ago. Braslow, a leftwing propagandist who thinks mask mandates are just ducky, was surprised to find he was locked out of his Twitter account. He didn’t have permission from the anti-maskers to post their images.
Sean Beckner-Carmitchel is a videographer in Los Angeles. He posted a video of Americans protesting L.A.’s vaccine mandates and vaccine passports. He’s locked out of his Twitter account right now. So is a “news” outlet called Bellingcat, which specializes in calling conservative Americans “white supremacists.”
Dozens of leftwing activists are still trying to identify and dox January 6 protesters, so they can turn them over to the FBI. But those activists are now having their Twitter accounts nuked in droves, as the meme warriors file complaints about the unauthorized use of the January 6ers’ images.
It’s hilarious! They never expect their own arbitrary rules to be used against them. Great job, meme warriors! Keep it up