Several terroristic instances, including the disclosure of sensitive data about Supreme Court justices, encouraging of violent acts, and damage of pro-life pregnancy centers, have prompted Twitter to finally take action..
Right-wing organizations and even the present President will be barred from social media almost immediately if they are in "violation" of some absurd regulation that interferes on their freedoms of expression.
On the other hand, left-leaning groups have complete freedom…
In order to avoid an even worse situation.
One of the Twitter accounts belonging to the group that had previously exposed the homes of six Supreme Court judges has been taken down.
Ruth Sent Us, a group formed in May after the Supreme Court's intention to overturn Roe v. Wade was revealed in a stolen draft, created a map depicting the homes of the justices on the court. The group's other social media accounts, such as those on TikTok, Facebook, and Instagram, have not brought attention to this issue as of Thursday afternoon.
Ruth Sent Us made public the addresses of six Supreme Court justices: Amy Coney Barrett, Brett Kavanaugh, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Samuel Alito, and Chief Justice John Roberts. Roe v. Wade was overturned on June 24 by a unanimous vote of the Supreme Court, which included all of these judges. Ruth sent us the names and addresses of each of the Supreme Court judges, and we published them.
In order to use Twitter, users are not allowed to engage in offensive behavior or incite others to engage in the same behavior.
Ruth directed us to remove the addresses from our website on June 9, shortly after a guy was detained with a gun near Kavanaugh's house after telling cops he planned to kill the justice. Even though the organization denied making Kavanaugh's speech public, they made light of the gravity of the allegations, claiming that it really wasn't a sincere attempt to assassin him.
Also targeting the six justices of the U.S. Supreme Court, ShutDownDC said on Saturday that it would pay $50 to anyone who produces a verified sighting of the judge or justices and $200 if they are in the same area 30 minutes after their address is given. As of Thursday afternoon, the account appeared to be functioning.
The White House urged pro-choice groups to hold protests outside the homes of conservative justices at the same time that far-left terrorist organizations offered prizes for conservative justices.
Even better than the summer of 2020, which is nearly identical to this one.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on American Examiner News.