The New York Post has an editorial posted about the Twitter’s shameful toleration of Louis Farrakhan as it purges conservatives and libertarian account. The Post‘s editorial closes with these words—
If Twitter can’t find a way to police Farrakhan’s hate tweets, it should give up on pretending to enforce objective standards.
As someone who had accounts “permanently” suspended because of false accusations of “targeted harassment,” it’s my personal experience that Twitter is neither an honest nor trustworthy business. I was never told what I specifically did to harass anyone, but one of my accounts was restored after I won a court case and appeal related to one such false claim. I’ll continue to use Twitter to promote this blog as long as there is enough audience left therer to make using it worth the bother, but I won’t expect fair dealing from Twitter.