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Meet Twitter's Former Content Moderation Officer ...
Will Twitter survive without Melissa and his friends?
Meet former content moderation officer at Twitter Melissa Ingle …
Yup, Elon turned the lights on and look what he found? Melissa was our moral compass on Twitter, determining what could and could not be said.
I can’t imagine why it was so dangerous to say on Twitter that gender was a fixed biological reality. But I digress.
Melissa told NBC he “really. really worried about Twitter’s future”.
Well, of course.
Who will censor biology if Melissa is not there to tut-tut misgendering in the public square?
Who will ban women for pointing out the danger of allowing males like him into female only spaces?
Who will be in charge of deciding what is misinformation if people suffering from gender dysmorphia are not?
Sorry, it’s just really, really hard to play along with this.
Melissa warned …
“Over time these things build up and the site will become more abusive, more extreme and less reliable”.
Honestly, it’s hard to imagine what could be more extreme and less reliable than a man identifying as a woman being made the arbiter of truth.
What Melissa really means is that now he and is friends will not be able to shape public perception the way they/them wanted to.
Kudos to the reporter for taking the interview seriously and not bursting into uncontrollable laughter. Although the reporter does seem to throw extra “she’s” in there like it’s part of a required ritual. But I digress.
But yeah, Melissa is really worried about free speech.
I can’t imagine why.
YouTube is also worried about free speech. They turned off the comments for this clip.
Again, I cannot imagine why.
Melissa said he had been let go as a contractor and locked out of his work accounts.
No wonder the dude needed his “emotional support dog, biscuit” to get through the interview.
Speaking of biscuit, I can only imagine how confused that dog must be. Biscuit may well be the first emotional support dog to need an emotional support cat. But I digress for the third time. (It’s that kind of story)
Getting back to Mel losing access to his Twitter work accounts, I’m sure the thousands of people who lost access to their Twitter accounts because Melissa deemed their political and religious beliefs inappropriate will shed a tear for ‘she/her’.
Now there is, of course, a tiny chance that Twitter will survive without Mel and his squad of pronoun police. We can only hope.