On Twitter, Conservatives are Banned But Pedophiles Flourish

Although Twitter bans conservatives for disagreeing with liberals, they do allow anything that liberals promote, such as pedophilia. So, freedom of speech is not allowed but pedophilia (which by definition is a crime in all 50 states) is allowed to continue. Sharing methods of seducing young children, or even the very act of seducing small children is allowed. Last Saturday, an anonymous Twitter user documented over 50 pages set up for pedophiles. Breitbart News checked out those sites and found that the user was right. The site is set up for pedophiles and MAPs. (Minor-attracted Persons)

From Breitbart News

Other accounts discovered included a user who has been on the platform for six years, and described himself as “sexually and emotionally attracted to children,” and a user which spoke about being attracted to her cousin.

“So recently I saw one of my cousins who has been in my AoA [Age of Attraction], but hasn’t really been my type,” the user expressed. “Turns out she just needed to change a little bit, because she was certainly my type when I saw her.”

Twitter’s pedophile problem has previously been reported on by news outlets, including the Daily Mail, the Sun, and Vice News, however many of the previously reported accounts remain on the social network, with Twitter deciding to take no action unless the accounts explicitly engage in “child sexual exploitation.”

In 2017, British MPs from both the Labour Party and the Conservative Party called on Twitter to take action against pedophiles on its social network — a call Twitter has decided to ignore, focusing instead on the blacklisting of conservatives and libertarians.

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