I posted two comments that TUS deleted. The first comment was, “She’s 100% correct and it’s insane that she’s being portrayed as the lunatic here. History will not remember the trans movement and it’s (sic) enablers fondly.”
The second comment was, “To help pay for Levine’s grooming expenses?” in response to JB commenting, “major traitor greene should have her salary cut to $0.50 and all expenses/ benefits reduced to zero.”
Now I can understand why the second comment was deleted. In my head I was making a double entendre related to a separate comment about Levine looking more feminine than MTG. I realize that wouldn’t have been clear to others and, in any case, you might decide double entendres about gromming aren’t acceptable. Fine.
I would like to know what’s wrong with the first comment. I agree with MTG. Why can’t I say that? Is it because her position, which is described in the article and was voted on by Congress, would violate your guidelines? Or is it that I can’t generally criticize the trans movement and its enablers? Nothing I wrote could constitute a slur and, frankly, my position on this issue is considered common sense and middle of the road to virtually everyone on earth – including people in Canada and America. So what gives? Like I said, I can understand why you deleted my joke about grooming expenses (even though I disagree with the deletion) because you have largely banned the word grooming, but the other comment was perfectly in accord with any reasonable interpretation of the guidelines. What gives?