Twitter has finally begun to take action after a string of terroristic incidents, including the publication of private information about Supreme Court justices, encouragement of violent acts, vandalism of pro-life pregnancy facilities, and others.
In the meantime, right-wing organizations and even the current President will almost instantly be banned from social media the precise moment they are in "violation" of some nonsensical law, which infringes upon their rights to freedom of expression.
On the other hand, left-leaning organizations are allowed carte blanche…
until something extremely awful takes place.
On Thursday, the Twitter account of a pro-abortion terrorist organization that had previously revealed the residences of six justices of the Supreme Court was suspended.
A few days after it was discovered through a stolen draft that the Supreme Court was planning to reverse Roe v. Wade, the organization known as Ruth Sent Us produced a map in May that detailed the residences of the justices on the court. As of the afternoon of Thursday, none of the group's other social media accounts, including those on TikTok, Facebook, or Instagram, had called attention to this issue.
Justices Amy Coney Barrett, Brett Kavanaugh, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Samuel Alito, and Chief Justice John Roberts were the six justices whose addresses were made public by Ruth Sent Us. These justices all voted for or concurred with the ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade on June 24. Ruth Sent Us published the addresses of all six justices.
Users are not permitted to engage in the offensive behavior of someone or "incite other people to engage in the same behavior" while using Twitter.
On June 9, shortly after an armed man was apprehended near Kavanaugh's home after saying cops he wanted to kill the justice, Ruth instructed us to take down the website where the addresses had been posted. The organization denied publicizing Kavanaugh's address at the time and ridiculed the seriousness of the allegations, stating that "It just wasn't a genuine attempt to assassinate him."
ShutDownDC, an additional organization that is targeting the same six justices on the Supreme Court, announced on Saturday that it is willing to pay "$50 to anyone who gives a verified sighting and $200 if the Justice or Justices are in the same area 30 minutes after their location is disclosed." It appears that the account is still active as of Thursday afternoon.
During the time that far-left terrorist organizations were offering rewards for conservative justices, the White House was concurrently urging pro-choice activists to demonstrate outside the residences of conservative justices.
It's almost exactly the same as the summer of 2020, except better!
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on American Examiner News.