We should probably thank Twitter for its new censorship regime that it’s implemented since the election. Now, whenever you see a Twitter warning slapped on a tweet about voter fraud, you can rest assured that the information is 100% truthful and real. Thanks, Twitter!
We’re being sarcastic, of course. Twitter’s little warnings are a cowardly and arrogant display of petty power from a company that we all used to be able to live just fine without. You can get your memes elsewhere, so what’s the point of Twitter by now?
The little Hitlers actually slapped warnings on more than 20 of President Trump’s tweets in a 12- hour period the other day. Trump is such a legend!
It really does create a pretty simple classification system for us, though, as this meme explains. If you see the Twitter “Well, ackshually” warning on a tweet, you automatically know that the tweet is true.
It’s more Orwellian than Orwell himself ever imagined. Factual information, especially about election fraud, is automatically labeled as disputed misinformation. Once again: Thanks, Twitter! It really helps us sort things out!