"Well then, you must be doing something right", said the world re-known gay conservative provocateur, Milo Yiannopoulos. Upon meeting Mr. Yiannopoulos late last fall, I informed him that I has just recently been suspended for 14 days on Twitter. While I was personally offended and angered, Mr. Yiannopoulos thought it was just grand. At the time he himself had been permanently suspended from Twitter for repeated violations of the so called rules of Twitter. I too, have now been permanently suspended from Twitter for supposedly violating their terms of service.
It is a sad day when a female blogger not using profanity, not posting nudity, and not promoting terrorism is permanently suspended from Twitter. What did I post that led to my first suspension? I tweeted words from the Quran . Words preaching the killing or conversion of all non-Muslims. Apparently Twitter deemed my tweet hateful conduct. As to avoid another suspension I stayed away from tweeting on the religion of Islam. While Twitter has been known to allow terrorists to tweet anti-Christian tweets it was clear one could not tweet much of anything in relation to the religion of Islam.
Upon being suspended from Twitter for 14 days, I was somewhat proud. I was proud in that I was being told repeatedly that I was of relevance. Followers of mine informed me that if I weren't relevant and making a difference, Twitter wouldn't care. Being told I was relevant and making a difference on Twitter was a huge compliment I must admit. As a hard working woman, I unlike so many on Twitter, did not have the time to tweet 24/7. However, when I had the time my tweets were making somewhat of an impact. I was followed by Fox's Sean Hannity, and various political authors, and even a world re known geo-political analyst. Some followers had made various guest appearances on Fox News and CNN. I was followed by several military commanders and lieutenants. I was even blocked by the infamous Linda Sarsour, the Arab American political activist who is most famous for her role in organizing the Women's March. While I was at only just over 7000 followers, I was relatively new on Twitter and clearly making an impact. I was making an impact with my tweets as well as tweeting my blog which was also gaining relevance in the world of Twitter.
Sadly, my relevance on Twitter has come to an end. It has come to an end as Twitter has decided to permanently suspend my account, @GOPGIRL13. As so it would seem, the reports of Twitter discriminating against conservatives is indeed "real news". Shortly after Milo Yiannopoupolos was suspended, He told the Washington Times that "Twitter has confirmed it self as a safe Space for Muslim terrorists and Black Lives Matter extremists, but a no go zone for conservatives."With my recent suspension, Twitter does indeed appear to be catering to the left, and all who have a desire to destroy America.
While I was not told exactly what tweet or tweets caused my suspension, I have little doubt that it was anything compared to the vicious tweets tweeted by both celebrities and common citizens. Repeatedly, tweets mocking the President, his family and other conservatives were allowed on Twitter. Repeatedly, tweets with excessive profanity were allowed on Twitter. Repeatedly, nudity was allowed on twitter. Repeatedly, pornography was allowed on twitter. Repeatedly, violence and threats were allowed on Twitter. Repeatedly, Muslims were able to tweet their anti-American tweets. Repeatedly, Twitter allowed liberals to tweet anti-Christian, anti-pro life, and anti-conservative viewpoints, while Twitter repeatedly suspended people like myself for simply tweeting our conservative, right wing viewpoints and or opinions.
I, Sean Bianca of @GOPGIRL13, did nothing wrong. I did nothing hateful, nor did I discriminate against anyone on Twitter. I can't say the same of trolls on my feed that threatened, mocked and bullied me. My only mistake was that I was honest. I was honest with my opinions and with my research. I suppose Twitter would have adored me had I worn a pussy or vagina hat atop my head. I suppose Twitter would have loved me had I incited a riot and or protest against The President, and or those on the side of the right. I suppose Twitter would have been honored with my presence had I been one of the many women who participated in the Women's March. I suppose Twitter would have embraced me had I posted pictures of my hooha and my breasts. I suppose Twitter would have loved me had I tweeted mean, hateful, and obnoxious comments on the Twitter feeds of the First Lady, Sarah Huckabee, the President, Vice President, and others. I suppose I'd today still be on Twitter had I not been an outspoken conservative with a blog that told the truth. I suppose I'd today still be on Twitter had I not been a conservative making a difference with my voice. Unfortunately, I chose to use my voice and I chose to believe I had the right to use my voice. I believed I had that right, as in accordance with the First amendment, I should have well had the right to speak my opinion. My opinions that were in fact making an impact.
My impact will no longer be felt on Twitter, and with their low level of standards perhaps it is for the best. Frankly, I wear my suspension as a badge of honor. In all honesty I don't think it's worth the time as Twitter is somewhat of a farce. I have no doubt that George Soros has a payroll for trolls on Twitter. Soros trolls that are most likely paid to spy on conservatives while pretending to be right wing Trump fans. How else could anyone with half a brain and a job tweet some 24 hours a day and attain over 150k followers ? Answer, they couldn't. That being said, proves my point that Twitter appears to be a liberal publication with paid trolls lurking about looking for conservatives to shut down. The left has a mission and that mission is one of complete destruction to our nation, and if we aren't careful we will lose our rights and our country forever. We on the right must make sure our freedoms are never taken. Unfortunately, with the growing number of conservatives being suspended by Twitter, our freedom of speech, an all important form of freedom could well be the start of the demise of our nation .
(c)Sean Bianca GOPGIRL