Making Nanomachines great again
- Apr 15, 2013
So? I can understand if it was a creeper who interacts with minors far to much, but why would they need to go after someone who just liked something even if it is idiotic?
Because being a public figure in any capacity means you can't go against the idpol machine unless the corporations say it's OK.
Yeah the fact this outrage is over things Strassman liked, not tweeted or retweeted, shows just how obsessed some people are with her. Strassman didn't make a public announcement saying she liked Trump or shared one of his tweets that everyone could view. She, or the intern running her account, hit the like button for a few Trump tweets that you would have to be an obsessive stalker to notice.
They already mad at conservatives leaving for parlor because CNN told them its bad.And these are the type of people who I’m willing to bet that being pro-censorship is a good thing because Twitter is a “private company that can do whatever it wants”.
Except when it comes to their side.