posted on May, 28 2019 @ 10:46 AM
I don't understand how "Twitter is his job" justifies a right to twitter.
Take for example the woman who was banned from Facebook (or Twitter) recently who exclaimed that "My life is now over!". It was her job too, so she
All of these companies have ToS policies. You agree to them when you go into the page. Even then, it doesn't matter. Nothing gives you the right or
even the right to free speech for that matter, to and in these places. It's their virtual business. You can't walk into wal-mart and say what you
want and not chance getting kicked out. You can't make money selling stuff in wal-mart unless you pay them for the space.
Same is true here at ATS. You can't do or say what you want. There are rules. If they ban you... Oh well. You can't do anything about it.
Everyone knows that Alex Jones gets banned from everything all the time and people laugh at him. So why would I care about someone who's making a
living off of someone else's property? Why would I give a thought to the woman who cried and begged for help because she was banned from social media
and can no longer pay her bills because of it, not to mention, she's mocked everywhere she goes because people know her now.
I mean... C'mon. Who thinks of this stuff!!
It's not their platform. It's using someone else's podium for their own gain. So I say... Who cares. Shouldn't have relied on social media to pay