Ask any American when election day is. They may not know the date but they’ll all remember it’s Tuesday. Why? Because it’s always on a Tuesday. It’s been on Tuesday since 1845 so farmers had time to travel by wagon or horseback to go vote following sabbath while still having enough time to get back for market day, which was usually Wednesday.
Twitter believes the American people (or at least Democrats) are so stupid and easily mislead by a Tweet that they’d miss their opportunity to vote due to a right-wing disinformation campaign. The “campaign” was masterminded by Michael J Knowles and the Tweet was a reminder to Democrats to vote next Wednesday.
To the fragile leftist censorship NPC who decided this was a violation of rules worthy of suspension: Get real. This is so blatantly a joke that it would affect the voting of literally zero people. It made a few chuckle (I thought it was clever) and brought levity to a very serious election.
Twitter didn’t see it that way. They suspended Knowles for three days, conveniently just before the election, to silence a popular pro-GOP voice. Mission accomplished.
If you’re popular on Twitter and you have an opinion that isn’t “hate Trump and vote Democrat,” anything you say will be scrutinized for a reason to suspend you. Be careful @michaeljknowles, @realjameswoods, @benshapiro, @KassyDillon.
— Kassy Dillon (@KassyDillon) November 4, 2018