Do you see any contradiction in citing Orwell while arguing that individuals should not have control over what they do and do not say on their own property with their own money?How many people actually did this though? Did trump even support violence or just protestors? (no way to tell now all of the tweets are gone... convenient) Is supporting a protest that eventually turns into a riot the same thing as calling for a violent insurrection? I'd argue putting words into peoples mouth definitely is a moral grey area, while no supporting violence isn't.
Id rather not, the free market is often pretty useless. At least it has been for my health insurance rates and my choice of ISP. Corporations have long had too much power in America and now its bleeding into politics and is dividing this nation but for seemingly no reason
Making assumptions like this isn't wise, everyone who disagrees with you isn't necessarily an extremist. Ironically making an assumption like this is actually extreme in of itself. George Orwell has a nice word for this, Doublethink.
I don't use twitter, I don't really use social media, and I'm happy to say I voted for biden. I just think its really concerning that people are seemingly okay with acting out 1984. Stifling discussion does no good for this world in my opinion and being a reactionary isn't healthy. The reactionaries at the capitol weren't a good thing and now the reactionaries in the media are also not a good thing.
People trying to take an objective view of the situation aren't extremists. I shouldn't have to preface this much.
Again, if you want to argue for the general breaking up of companies that’s one thing but let’s be honest if we are doing that Twitter is very, very far down that list.
Twitter should be able to ban anyone it feels like at any time, for any reason. If people don’t like it then they can make Twitter 2, electric boogaloo.