CSGV had the twitter account suspended today after a complaint was filed by Linoge. They then proceed to play the victim card saying that they were falsely accused.
The problem is Linoge was not false in his statement and Twitter made the final statement in disabling their account. They felt that the information and evidence provided by Linoge violated twitter’s terms of service and in fact showed their behavior as harassment. Not only that, but Linoge did not ask for the account to be suspended, but the offending tweets removed. Twitter disabled their account after reviewing the situation. This is why you don’t play childish games and act like an adult.
On a side note, I find Jason Tippitt’s comment is interesting since they suffer from Peterson syndrome while we argue facts and logic. I call out Jason’s statement since the gun grabbers have admitted that lower overall violent crime rates are NOT their goal. They have an artificial goal of lowering “gun crime”, what actually happens is that overall violent crime rates increase in areas of heavy gun control, while it’s not “gun crime” so it fulfills their artificial goal.
Gun rights activists are not pro-murder and to claim such is to ignore your own volition in supporting the Criminal Occupational Hazard Reduction Organizations. I did my own research comparing the Brady Scores to the actual 2009 FBI crime statistics. The FACTS state that there is absolutely no correlation between heavy gun control and a decrease in violent crime. In fact of the 20 states with the lowest per capita violent crime rate, only 3 have a score above 20.
Mr. Tippitt you wish to disarm law abiding Americans, and support and organization who has been harassing, threatening, and intimidating people who disagree with their position. You obviously have not done much research on the topic otherwise you wouldn’t make such a horrible statement without presenting facts and logic to back up your incorrect and down right offensive statement.
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Many know his private name and information however due to the current political climate, many are distancing themselves due to the abandonment of Due Process.
You know.. I see Eric’s comment at the bottom of the screenshot and the first thing I think is “to defend ourselves from those who would use the real army to get their way”.
It’s scary how many people are willing to use force “to get their way” as long as they’re not the one’s applying it. They think it’s morally right to have someone else use force to behave how they desire.
These people wouldn’t know Freedom or Liberty if it jumped up and bit them square on the ass.
In the words of Mr. Adams, these rights are not their’s to take from me.
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Hell, to be perfectly honest, I did not even expect Twitter to delete the tweets in their entirety, which is why I did not actually ask for specifically that – I assumed they would simply edit out the rule-breaking material, give CSGV a warning, and life would go on. In retrospect, given the abbreviated nature of tweets, that belief is a little naive, but I assuredly never requested that Twitter suspend the CSGV’s account. They reached that conclusion all on their lonesome.
There was nothing false or fraudulent in my email to Twitter, as is plainly obvious to anyone who would care to read it… in all reality, my naiveté was compounded by my belief that I would not have to post the actual email I sent off – I stupidly believed that the CSGV would take their licks and move on, rather than maliciously and viciously lie like they are now.
*shrugs* As far as I am concerned, this is over. The CSGV violated the rules of Twitter, I brought that to the company’s attention, and the company acted in what they believed to be their best interests. That is the way of things. I have likewise filed similar harassment complaints with Facebook, but they seem less interested in pursuing the matter (though Tango has been successful with DMCA takedown notices). At this point, I have blocked the non-existent CSGV Twitter account, and I will be making a point of ignoring them in the future, unless they show up in a new article or blog post I was otherwise going to write about.