Twitter’s Safety Team announced in a series of tweets on Tuesday they would be taking “strong enforcement action on behavior that has the potential to lead to offline harm.”

Did they ban the hundreds of Antifa accounts that have used the platform on a daily basis to coordinate attacks in cities across the nation? No? Was it accounts that promote and support pedophilia on the platform they were going after? No? Was it terrorists who have used the platform to brazenly call for violence against American politicians and jihad in America? No?

No, Twitter Safety is concerned about QAnon activity. That’s right. They’re concerned that all you puzzle-loving patriots who use the platform to expose corruption by Deep State actors and use your accounts to post memes. You guys are all dangerous to society, and Twitter simply can’t have that kind of behavior on their site.

“We will permanently suspend accounts Tweeting about these topics that we know are engaged in violations of our multi-account policy, coordinating abuse around individual victims, or are attempting to evade a previous suspension – something we’ve seen more of in recent weeks,” read one tweet from the safety team.

Twitter Safety also made a point to let all users know that they have the power to “review” activity and can “update our rules and enforcement approach again if necessary.” This comes after Twitter updated their TOS in May to state they reserve the right to suspend or terminate your account for “any or no reason.”

While Twitter Safety pledges to “protect the public conversation in the face of evolving threats,” accounts like MAP (Minor Attracted People) Support Club and Pedophiles about Pedophilia remain on the site. Twitter sees no potential offline threat with allowing pedophiles to roam free on their site, to congregate and exchange information and God knows what else?

In fact, if you haven’t already stumbled upon adult porn while on the site, consider yourself lucky. Not only does Twitter allow pornography on the site, they also remain silent about child trafficking activity, child porn, and the distribution of videos and images that are exchanged on the platform. Tore Says goes into detail in the article below.

The timing of this QAnon account crackdown is interesting on a few fronts. Just last week several blue checkmark accounts claimed they were all hacked on the platform. Among the high-profile accounts was John Legend’s wife Christy Teigen who deleted over 60,000 tweets from her account, but not before Twitter users scooped up screenshots of some of her more bizarre and questionable tweets prior to the locking of her account.

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