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Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson suspended from Twitter for tweeting hate facts after latest mass shooting

The disgraced Dr. deGrasse Tyson tweets out statement in poor judgment that disrespects the memories of those massacred in the latest mass shootings and is removed from Twitter.

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After issuing a rather disgusting tweet about death statistics, Twitter banded together and linked virtual arms to shield the victims and families of the recent mass shootings from harmful statements. Tyson has yet to issue an apology, but that’s mostly because he was suspended from Twitter shortly after this tweet. Brigading is normally not allowed on Twitter, but the executives generally make exceptions when the person being brigaded makes gross or harassing statements.

Luckily, the strong left-wing side of Twitter is ever-present, always ready to launch attacks on those who espouse wrongthink, and they spared Tyson no amount of harsh words in their attacks.

After his well-deserved session of lashings, he received a large amount of reports, and as we know, the more times a tweet is reported, the more likely it is to be removed or result in a suspension to the person who tweeted. Executives looked at not only Tyson’s recent tweet history, but also his actions and accusations against him of alleged assault, and decided to give Tyson a suspension. This, they believe, will show him that, just because he is part of the protected POC group, it doesn’t mean he is allowed to make statements that diverge from the beliefs of said protected group.

This suspension will continue until Tyson apologizes for using statistics to make people feel bad.

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Quinn Barton is a social activist and member of Boston Antifa since its inception in 2017. She spends most of her time as a freegan at local vegan restaurants and the rest at demos for social justice. During the hardest years of her life (the Trump election), Quinn discovered a passion for politics, which has since transcended into videography and writing for the esteemed Boston Antifa collaboration with Dustin Levitt, journalist advocate for Journalist Excellence Worldwide. This entire site is satire.

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