Twitter is a Public Enemy

Twitter, for at least the last 2 years, has engaged in Social Terrorism. They are attacking America through the abuse of their market share and social influence.

Manipulation of the Social Narrative

Twitter bans opinion accounts to promote agendas they approve of, while silencing agendas contrary to their own. They’ve admitted to this on the Joe Rogan podcast.

Manipulation of The Marketplace

Twitter bans business accounts who have not violated any rules, while they allow other businesses to get away with anything. They always claim rules violations, but they never support their claims with evidence.

Manipulation of Our Elections

Twitter uses bans to control what you can or can’t say during an election cycle. In the past they controlled the order and visibility of posts in your “timeline”, deciding what people see. They do this to promote their own agenda, and their own politicians.

Twitter is Our Enemy

When is enough going to be enough? Twitter is an enemy to America. They obviously think themselves entitled to control the country in unprecedented ways. Their influence is undeserved and the damage they’ve caused already is significant. Many people, too many people, have died as a direct result of Twitter.

Are we so terrified of the life we used to have that we’re afraid to punish them? Life was better before Twitter.

#DestroyTwitter, #DestroyFacebook, #DestroySocialMedia, #SocialMediaKillsChildren

Election Chill Pill.

The Sky is Falling

The sky is not falling. The media has been telling you 1000 times per week that this election is “historic” and will have dramatic consequences. They say these things at every election. The result is that you have all lost your minds, and no matter who won the election, your reactions would be the same.

Each election presents it’s own blend of historic elements. After each election the country continues mostly as it had been doing before the election. New presidents almost never introduce radical changes. And even when they do, the citizens of our nation manage to survive “somehow”.

The Electoral College

The Electoral College was not invented to “screw” people. The United States is a large union of smaller states, each state is meant to be autonomous and ruled by the people who live in that state. Our national constitution protects the rights of states to govern themselves, as a result of that structure.

The social effect of this is that people who are unhappy in one state can move to a different state where the lifestyle better suits their particular tastes. This is one of the greatest features of living in the United States.

Because the population numbers of each state vary significantly, it’s impossible to hold a fair election based on the popular vote alone. If we were to only use the popular vote, California and New York would dominate every single election. The effect of this is that millions of citizens living in the 48 other states would feel disenfranchised.

The electoral college is not perfect, but unless someone can present a constructive alternative which is at least as fair as the electoral college, then there is no reason to suggest changing it. We will never have an election based on the popular vote alone.

Conclusion

In summary, you all need to take a chill pill. Seriously. Smoke some pot or drink some tea or do whatever you do to relax, because freaking out all day long is not healthy. America is young, but it is much older than you, and it has weathered these kinds of issues every 4 years for almost 300 years. Everything is going to be alright.