Joe Pauley, who is followed by Hillary Clinton advisor Adam Parkhomenko on Twitter, was not suspended after uttering threats against a right-wing woman. Twitter's double standards in enforcement are evidently a deep, cultural-political issue.
Does Twitter require regulation?
A few months ago, a little bit after this author was suspended from the incoherent platform, an encounter between two opposing accounts culminated into a blatant display of double standards by Twitter's Support staff.
This was originally reported by Anime Right News. Yours truly.
One user, a far-right young woman going by the name Parriah (@PariaPotimouth), had been arguing with a left-wing man named Joe Pauley (@joepauley). Due to her support of Richard Spencer this then led to a threat by Pauley:
Now clearly threatening killing, mutilation & sexual violence is against the Twitter Rules. Was this user suspended? No — but she was.
Given that Twitter has stated it is going to further clamp down with rules regarding abuse, is it worth observing that political differentiation has & still determines whether an individual is actually punished or not for violations.
Proud gay liberal capitalist. No eggs, lists, TERFs or Berners. #Resist...
Pauley, who self-identifies as a gay member of #TheResistance, also called for Richard Spencer to be hung alongside Parriah at the time. Which is undoubtedly yet another violation.
Thus, many months later, someone who wanted a woman raped & then lit on fire — is still not suspended.
Exactly who is being abusive in this scenario?
UPDATE: Joe Pauley has responded to this article.