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Trafficker in misinformation.
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Apr 12, 2023 8 tweets 2 min read
California passed an unconstitutional censorship law. We're suing to stop its enforcement.… What’s AB 587?

AB 587 is a new law in California that regulates social media companies. It requires Big Tech platforms to provide periodic reporting to the California Attorney General on several categories of speech, including misinformation, disinformation, extremism,…
Mar 15, 2023 4 tweets 3 min read
Here's @DavidAFrench in 2016 mocking the idea that a man can become a woman by putting on a dress or "surgically mutilating" himself. He harshly criticized the Obama adminstration for buying into and enforcing that nonsense, which he repeatedly referred to as "quack science." Image @DavidAFrench @MattWalshBlog One reader objected to French's characterizing trans surgery as "mutilation." Here was French's reply: Image
Jan 24, 2023 5 tweets 2 min read
Here's a popular trans activist and alleged "expert" falsely claiming that transition surgeries are never performed on minors. This is the same "safety expert" who called for the Supreme Court justices to be accosted and "never know peace again." Here's the same person a few months later saying that no one has ever denied that top surgeries are being done for minors.
Dec 13, 2022 5 tweets 1 min read
The problem with this definition is that it's stupid. Sex is observed at birth, not assigned. There's no guesswork or arbitrary assignment taking place.
Oct 3, 2022 5 tweets 1 min read
The medical community hopes to continue offering "gender-affirming care" to "children and adolescents" without any opposition by having their critics either silenced or prosecuted (or both).… While they've accused critics of spreading "disinformation" and "coordinating, provoking, and carrying out" threats, they haven't supported those claims, nor have they disputed the facts that have been reported about the procedures and treatments these hospitals offer.
Sep 2, 2022 5 tweets 1 min read
If hospital staff were sexually abusing teenage patients, would reporting on that abuse be considered "targeting" the hospital for threats of violence? If not, why not? How's that different from reporting that "gender-affirming" surgeries are being performed on healthy minors? If it's incitement to report about morally objectionable or illegal practices, then journalism itself is incitement, and no reporters should be allowed to cover anything, ever.
Aug 31, 2022 6 tweets 1 min read
1/ Last night, police responded to a bomb threat at Boston Children's Hospital. Thankfully, the anonymous caller was bluffing—no bomb was found. This was good news to everyone except the lunatic Leftists who can't wait for something violent to happen so they can blame us for it. 2/ And I mean it when I say they can't wait. I'm willing to bet this bomb threat was called in not by someone who opposes "gender-affirming care" for minors, but by someone who hates Libs of TikTok and wants to see Chaya permanently banned for inciting violence.
Jun 9, 2022 4 tweets 2 min read
BREAKING: Twitter just locked out @libsoftiktok for posting a thread about several recent drag shows for kids. The thread allegedly violates Twitter's rules against "abuse and harassment."

You know what's actually abusive? Drag shows for kids. @libsoftiktok You can promote drag shows for kids on Twitter. That's fine. You can even share videos of yourself performing in them. The only thing you can't do is criticize them.

Somehow the feelings of a few drag queens matter more to Twitter than the corruption of a generation of children.
May 5, 2022 4 tweets 1 min read
This is like saying, "If you think child molestation is wrong, then don't molest a child." Actions that harm others are morally significant; they are not matters of personal preference. To say that they are is to descend into relativistic moral madness and to give up one's ground for treating *anyone's* behavior as criminal, or even objectionable.
May 4, 2022 6 tweets 1 min read
Harmful misinformation is telling a woman that abortion is a decision about her own body when another body and life is at stake.

Harmful misinformation is calling a baby a clump of cells.

Harmful misinformation is telling women that abortion, not child-rearing, is empowering. Harmful misinformation is presenting abortion, not adoption, as the best answer to unwanted pregnancy.
Apr 19, 2022 4 tweets 1 min read
1/ The exposure of @libsoftiktok isn't journalism; it's pure intimidation. They're threatened by her effectiveness, so they hope to silence her by making her too afraid to continue. They want to raise the cost of doing her work so high that she has no choice but to quit. 2/ But I think they'll be surprised by her resolve. She's afraid, as anyone would be in these circumstances, but she's also determined to not be bullied, threatened, or harassed into silence. That takes remarkable courage that few people possess.
Mar 24, 2022 5 tweets 1 min read
1. Twitter's hateful conduct policy begins with a ringing tribute to freedom of expression "without barriers." They describe their role as being "to serve the public conversation, which requires representation of a diverse range of perspectives." 2. And yet they've baked their controversial gender ideology into the Twitter Rules so users have no choice but to agree with them if they want to have a voice on the platform. Rather than "serving the public conversation," they're squashing it, forcibly suppressing one side.
Mar 20, 2022 6 tweets 2 min read
I just received this notice that we’ve been locked out of our account for “hateful conduct.” We're told our account will be restored in 12 hours, but the countdown won't begin until we delete the tweet that violates the Twitter Rules.
Sep 27, 2021 4 tweets 2 min read
Ten days ago, @TheAtlantic ran a piece about how parents are so "desperate to protect their children" that they're lying about their kids' ages to get them vaccinated.

Meanwhile, studies are finding that kids have a near-zero risk of dying from COVID.… @TheAtlantic "Some 99.995% of the 469,982 children in England who were infected during the year examined by researchers survived, one study found."
Sep 13, 2021 5 tweets 1 min read
Five tried and true ways to protect the vaccinated:

1. Get vaccinated. If you aren't vaccinated, you could spread the virus to an unprotected vaccinated person. 2. Get vaccinated again. Even if you've been vaccinated once, you could still spread the virus to someone who's unprotected (i.e., vaccinated).
Sep 4, 2021 11 tweets 2 min read
In this thread, I'll build on what Matt started and add some more common (and dumb) pro-abortion "arguments": 1. Women have a right to bodily autonomy.

There have always been limits to autonomy—and that's especially true for parents. Parents are morally and legally obligated to care for their children. They should never neglect or harm their children in the name of autonomy.
Sep 3, 2021 5 tweets 1 min read
1. There's a scene in the movie Very Bad Things that perfectly illustrates what child murder advocates are doing when they use language like this. 2. During a night of crazy partying in Vegas, a group of guys accidently kills a stripper and has to figure out what to do with her body.

Here's how one of them—the one who convinces the rest not to call the cops—reasons through the problem:
Aug 5, 2021 6 tweets 2 min read
Dear women returning to the workforce,

I'm donating some of my time to mentor you because you're helpless and need a man to explain things. You're welcome.

1. Everything's racist now, especially you (if you're white) and the company you're working for. Quit or die, bigot. 2. Why did you leave the workforce in the first place? To be a mom? Pathetic. You wasted years you could have been working. Sure, you can take another crack at it, but you're old now and won't amount to much. And you must never forgive yourself.
Aug 3, 2021 7 tweets 2 min read
French argues that C.S. Lewis would have defended Simone Biles's decision to quit because he thought of courage as being tied to every virtue, and Biles—in French's view—boldly exercised the virtue of prudence (as opposed to the vice of recklessness). I see it a bit differently. In arguing that morality is largely uniform across times and cultures, with minor differences that don't amount to a total difference, Lewis wrote this: Image
Jul 5, 2021 15 tweets 5 min read
This @Salon writer thinks Trump's sensitivity to being mocked means conservatives can't take a joke. And she's charged me with hypocrisy for not being outraged that Trump called for limiting satire that targets him. But we've mocked him plenty ourselves. She asked for examples: Let's start with our most popular Trump article ever. It went viral because it riffed on Trump's ego and credulous leftists believed it was real:

Trump: 'I Have Done More For Christianity Than Jesus'…
Jun 23, 2021 4 tweets 2 min read
The image on the left is Facebook saying (just a few days ago) that true satire doesn't "punch down." The image on the right is @Slate (yesterday) saying The Babylon Bee has a "nasty tendency to punch down."

If you can't see where this is going next, you're blind. They say we antagonize the trans community (punching down). Utter nonsense. We're attacking the top-down tyranny of the left's progressive agenda and the destruction it's wreaking throughout society, enabled and fueled by all the most powerful people and institutions.