I follow Donald Trump on Twitter. I don’t know why I do it. I don’t like Donald Trump. I didn’t vote for Donald Trump. I think most of what he has done since becoming President has been wrong. I guess I follow Donald Trump on Twitter to see all the stupid and unnecessary things he tweets about.
Donald Trump tweeted something yesterday that provoked a response from me:
Here is the tweet I made in response:
Upon leaving the above tweet, I received the following message on Twitter:
We’ve temporarily limited some of your account features.
What’s going on?
Creating a safer environment for people to freely express themselves is critical to the Twitter community, so if behavior that may violate the Twitter Rules is detected, certain account features become limited. We’ve detected some potentially abusive behavior from your account, so only your followers can see your activity on Twitter for the amount of time shown below. Your account will be restored to full functionality in: 12 hours and 0 minutes.
The countdown will begin once you continue to Twitter.
Twitter thinks making fun of Donald Trump is abuse
I called Donald Trump a tiny-handed, thin-skinned douche-nozzle and I’m labeled as potentially abusive. I’m supposed to believe that what I said made Donald Trump’s experience on Twitter feel unsafe? Sorry if I robbed the sensitive orange snowflake of his safe space.
The whole thing is absurd. What I said is factually correct. Donald Trump does have tiny hands. Donald Trump is thin-skinned. Donald Trump is a douche-nozzle. Who knew telling it like it is about an elected official, one who received fewer votes than his opponent, could get you labeled as abusive? Talking shit about your elected officials is as American as no-fault divorce and type 2 diabetes. Twitter is being un-American.
In the end, the joke’s on Twitter. I don’t think anyone other than the people who follow me ever sees my Tweets. The 12-hour limitation is a limitation without distinction.
Tags: Censorship, Donald Trump, Twitter