So we woke up to this yesterday morning:
Twitter provided no example (text or image) of the allegedly “hateful” content. So we checked our timeline looking for the tweet in question to delete. It doesn’t exist.
The 7:49PM time stamp would put it between these two tweets:
Ironically, the other day we published an article with a dug-up video w/David Chipman stating he thinks that federal government agencies should be able to confiscate guns from people who participate in online “hate speech”.
Gee, our getting flagged and accused of “hate speech” — with no proof or evidence — is a prime example of how Chipman’s wet dream will be used to target people who did no wrong in the first place.
As a matter of fact, if you pay attention to our social media accounts and articles, you’ll see we advocate for minorities and the LGBTQ community to be lawfully armed and exercise their rights. Yet we’re accused — without proof — of spewing “hateful content” against them?
No, the reason we were targeted by Twitter is purely political. We’re pro-gun and we have been dropping some bombs and unearthing stuff on David Chipman and his wife that‘s been getting some attention (see this thread for an example).
I guess that’s now what Twitter considers “hate speech.”
Checkmate. David Chipman failed to disclose a massive conflict of interest to the judiciary committee before he was questioned, which was his wife in a leadership roll at the ATF until last week (she suddenly “retired” maybe thanks to us). Links followinghttps://t.co/UefnQOvmz1 pic.twitter.com/f8G3qGcHAR
— MomAtArms (@mom_at_arms) July 5, 2021
Regardless, Mom at Arms head Jill appealed Twitter‘s decision to suspend us for 12 hours without providing evidence of any wrongdoing.
This article was originally published at mom-at-arms.com and is reprinted here with permission.