Users Tweet ONE WORD To Test Twitter’s Thought Police Only One Day After Free-Speech Advocate Elon Musk Purchases The Social Media Platform

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Yesterday, after almost a decade of Stalinistic type censorship on one of the world’s top social media platforms, conservatives, like 100 Percent Fed Up, who have watched their voices be snuffed out by a team of snarky, leftist kids in front of computer screens across the world began to have hope that Elon Musk’s historic purchase of Twitter for $44 billion, could mean their accounts will be restored.

Under the leadership of arrogant leftist executives, Twitter has managed to silence some of America’s top conservatives, including our 45th President, Donald J. Trump, while he was still in office. Once Biden was installed as the 46th “President,” the number of conservatives banned from Twitter exponentially increased. Conservatives were banned for using words like “Ivermectin,” “voter fraud,” “hydroxychloroquine,” and “China virus,” or for questioning why transitioning men should be allowed to compete in women’s sports.

Far-left users who gained attention for attacking Trump and his followers are now saying they’ll leave Twitter if Musk follows through on his promise to allow free speech on his platform. Meanwhile, conservatives have been testing the waters with trigger words like “Ivermectin,” which in the past could have earned them a permanent suspension for posting on Twitter.


Erick Aguilar, who’s running for Congress in Florida’s 4th district, took it one step further and tweeted several forbidden words and phrases forbidden by Twitter’s word and thought police, including Ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine, vaccines are safe, masks don’t work, boosters are killing people, and Dr. Malone and Joe Rogan are heroes. Near the end of his tweet, Aguilar added, “Let’s see if Elon keeps his word…”


There are literally hundreds more of these tweets- so many that the word “ivermectin” was trending on Twitter. Our final example of a conservative testing the hack Twitter censorship team comes from Phillip Sinclair, who simply tweeted: “Ivermectin works. Thanks Elon.”

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