Chrissy Teigen, a model only relevant for her marriage to performing artist John Legend clearly broke Twitter’s terms of service in her response to a tweet directed at her from President Donald J. Trump on Sunday.
“lol what a pussy ass bitch. tagged everyone but me. an honor, mister president,” Chrissy Teigen said just after midnight on Monday morning.
Trump launched into several media and celebrity types who haven’t given him due credit for enacting prison reform legislation, when his predecessor Barack H. Obama failed to do so on every level.
“A man named [CNN anchor Van Jones] and many others, were profusely grateful (at that time!). I SIGNED IT INTO LAW, no one else did, & Republicans deserve much credit. But now that it is passed, people that had virtually nothing to do with it are taking the praise,” Trump said on Twitter. “Guys like boring musician [John Legend] and his filthy mouthed wife, are talking now about how great it is – but I didn’t see them around when we needed help getting it passed. ‘Anchor’ [Lester Holt] doesn’t even bring up the subject of President Trump or the Republicans when talking about… the importance or passage of Criminal Justice Reform.”
Teigen’s response was the perfect example of a self-fulfilling prophecy.
But it was also an example of a clear violation of Twitter’s terms of service.
“You may not engage in the targeted harassment of someone, or incite other people to do so. This includes wishing or hoping that someone experiences physical harm,” reads Twitter’s terms of service.
Those rules have been broadly applied over the years to ban several conservative personalities for far less egregious violations than the one committed by Teigen, who is a “Twitter Ambassador” and was also declared the “Mayor of Twitter”.
The fact that Twitter has made a woman who spends her days posting nasty tweets directed at the President their “mayor” tells you everything you need to know about Twitter’s anti-Republican bias.
When Milo Yiannopoulos made fun of actress Leslie Jones in 2016 for putting out a terrible movie, he was banned from the platform. Jones’ victim-playing even prompted a direct response to Jones from Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey:
It was a national tragedy when a rich movie star (at the risk of giving Jones too much credit) was told her movie was bad. Twitter’s partial explanation for the ban was that Yiannopoulos’ followers, for which he was apparently responsible, had attacked Jones.
But spouting vile language at Trump is acceptable because, well, he’s Trump. In Twitter’s eyes, he doesn’t deserve the same coddling as Jones, despite the fact that her followers are behaving largely in the same way Yiannopoulos’ did towards Jones.
Laura Loomer was banned for even less than Yiannopoulos.
She called Muslim Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-MN) “anti-Jewish,” which is demonstrably true, only to have her account nuked by the tech giant. She had more than 265,000 followers on Twitter at the time.
Conservatives are generally of the opinion that nobody should be banned from any platform for any reason. But if Twitter is going to engage in such behavior, perhaps it shouldn’t act arbitrarily and instead apply the rules fairly to each user.
Maybe it’s time for Twitter to ban Chrissy Teigen!
It is worth noting that the leftist media is celebrating Teigen’s response (because degeneracy is their game) but often argues that Trump should be banned from Twitter for his tweets, which do not include profanity.
Let’s stop pretending like Twitter is fair. Twitter is completely biased and they are on a mission to ban Republicans and amplify Left-wing hatred at any cost.
The day that Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is dragged before Congress, punished for his bias, and indicted for committing perjury is long overdue.
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