This is a sad moment in the history of the best news source in the country. It is very upsetting to us that our reporters have been attacked for their beliefs without any evidence. Many of them say they can’t even remember the website they live on.
This is the first time we’ve seen such a brutal attack on the idea of a free press since most of our staff became sick with chlamydia in 2012.
During that painful, secret-filled summer, as now, The Onion couldn’t figure out who was trying to stop us from talking.
If we unravel this thread, we think we’ll find ourselves in the middle of a chasm of lies in America. We wish we could figure out who these dark powers are, but we can’t because Twitter has banned us. Keep going, please.
It’s sad, but this isn’t The Onion’s first time being shut down. We’ve long thought that Facebook shadow-banned us when our finances took a nosedive in 2015 because Facebook hid the fact that they were just making up engagement numbers at the time.
We also think that hidden forces have worked together to make our website so full of ads that it isn’t able to be read. In the end, a look at the New York Times bestseller list shows that not one of The Onion’s many books made the list. This is a clear act of journalist censorship that has horrifying implications.
It’s not just a treasure trove of reportage, but also a brave defense of the idea of having a free and fair press. We want everyone who doesn’t want to be part of censorship to buy a copy of the book.
That doesn’t make us feel any less alone. Many journalists and political truthtellers have their views censored every day. We didn’t want to look them up, but they happen in a lot of examples that were too boring.
Even though these restrictions aren’t as bad as what we’ve had to deal with, they were still important steps on our way to having the Twitter account of The Onion completely wiped out.
If nothing else, we hope that our tweet announcing our Twitter ban will show that authoritarianism is on the rise both online and in the real world.
In this case, you’ll know how important it is to read this because you clicked the link on Twitter. You’ll know that we’re at a critical point in the history of the world. Journalists and other Americans will have to make important decisions about our future.
Whether we want to put the right to speak freely in the past with voting rights, housing, privacy rights, and all the other things that are already there and are just too hard to deal with is something we have to decide for ourselves.
We want our readers to stay with us as things change. The best way to stay up to date on our Twitter ban is to follow us on Twitter. If America’s Finest News Source is the victim of mass suppression, no one is safe from this kind of thing.
Is Onion Banned from Twitter?
NO, TWITTER has not banned the onion. For those who still don’t understand, The Onion has not been banned from Twitter, and it hasn’t.
Their tweets about the ban are just a prank and a joke about what’s going on on social media these days.
“The Onion has been banned from Twitter,” reads their April 21 tweet. It’s accompanied by a picture of their onion logo behind bars.
Another tweet was sent out by the media company, which used the chance to promote its website. The tweet announcing a “ban” is the media company’s way of making fun of what’s going on with some Twitter accounts that are very partisan.
When these accounts start getting attention from Twitter, they start criticizing and talking about how soon they’re going to be banned. But, it doesn’t always work out.
Check out The Onion.
Social media posts and satirical articles about international, national, and local news are what people know about the company, and they’re all very funny.
As soon as the internet started, The Onion was one of the first media companies to start publishing on the internet. They did it in 1996.
As the Onion Tweets Crazy Things, People Aren’t Happy About It.
People are talking about the Onion’s social media account because of a satirical tweet it sent out, but the account is still there.
A few people didn’t understand the satire and were completely confused. Most of the people who did understand left funny comments under their tweets.
Then one asked: “How are you posting if you’ve been banned from posting on this site?”
In response to the tweet above, another person said: “Because despite the setback, they are still doing their due diligence to make sure the people are aware of all the new issues.”