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CPO Glenn Moss
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Dear Lord...the stupid burns...

The snowflakery is strong in these people.

Congress SHALL MAKE NO LAW respecting an establishment of religion, or PROHIBITING the free exercise thereof; or ABRIDGING the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

(Caps mine for emphasis)

What law or laws have congressmen enacted against the expression of speech or of the press by blocking them on social media?
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PFC Lisa McDonald
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I am a person that has legally changed their sex and its astonishing the number of lgbt and transgender sites that have banned me and others like me from commenting.
These are the same people claiming to "include" everyone into their horsemanure and to represent everyone they've deemed not heterosexual or man or woman enough to have individual rights.
They are domestic enemies and traitors to a free nation.
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PFC Lisa McDonald You are guilty of "Thought Crimes" thus must be banished.
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PFC Lisa McDonald
PFC Lisa McDonald
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I know how dare me to think I'm supposed to have the individual rights I served for everyone else to supposedly have!
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CPO Glenn Moss
CPO Glenn Moss
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Most sites which push the boundaries of controversial social or political issues have specific agendas and specific methodologies in attaining their goals. Those who fall outside their established boundaries on these issues are typically shunned in one fashion or another.

This shunning may be through minimizing other view points, ignoring them, belittling them, or otherwise moving them away from the spotlight they have focused on their own concerns.

Which, in my opinion, is how you REALLY separate the wheat from the chaff over the issues of equality. "Equality" means just that...equal under the law. It goes both ways.

Fine examples which help separate the wheat from the chaff can be easily illustrated by observations of several current issues. Take the Black Lives Matter movement. The supposition is that Black lives are just as important as any other lives. And this is true. However, look what happens whenever anybody DARES to say "all lives matter", which is what equality is all about on this issue. There is an immediate backlash against this because it doesn't fit the BLM agenda and goals. There isn't even an attempt at lip service to the great "I Have a Dream" speech by the late Dr. Martin Luther King.

If a feminist dares to make statements that are not in full compliance with the mainstream feminist organizations...they're likewise shunned.

Politics? Yep, extreme polarization here with plenty of examples which can be cited.

Gays and lesbians? Interestingly, I think they (for the most part) avoided a significant fraction of this, but examples can still easily be found amongst the more extreme.

I daresay the same applies for transgender people who likewise express opinions or views that are not currently in strict alignment with the major transgender organizations and websites.

Personally, I find that sad. Equality goes both ways. Respect goes both ways. You cannot, on the one hand, DEMAND equality and respect while on the other hand DENY it to others. To do so puts the lie to your professed goals.
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Edited 3 y ago
One also does not have the requirement to provide a platform for one to use their free speech- i.e. it is not incumbent for one to allow someone to post on your page.
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