Good for her.
This is the issue with social media. You have all these psychos going after one person because of a difference of opinion. Everyone has a “voice” when in reality at least 95% of those people live with their parents. Social media isn’t real life, the sooner people realize it and stay away the better off they are.
Point and case “social media is not real life” in fact it’s just words, and the pussification of America has grown so exponentially that any psycho with a smart phone thinks that they are fucking Ghandi, and get pumped up by other like minded tard-fags. This shit is getting soo bad that social media platforms are becoming weaponized tools, used for fuckery
Yup. It’s so bad that it gives you the illusion that the vast majority of people in the world are stupid, spiteful, aggressive and self righteous. I know this because I experienced it myself, as many of you probably have. I’m currently unemployed (so I’m bored) and last year I started browsing Twitter a few times per day, mostly just for news, memes, and positivity. I specifically only followed positive pages and customized my feed to be only what I wanted, I even blocked certain words (you can do this).
None of it mattered. No matter how hard I worked to keep my feed positive energy only, somehow some dumb shit always found its way in. At one point I read a post that essentially argued that every white person was racist, and I thought to myself “I’m not racist”. Why did I feel the need to tell myself that? Because social media is so fucking insane that it makes you think you are part of the same wild, chaotic, and uncomfortable world that everyone else is online. It pulls you right into a firefight, and it’s unnerving.
That moment I knew I was in too deep just because of the way these posts were making me feel, so I immediately deleted the app off my phone (I still have my account but 99.9% of my usage was my iPhone) and haven’t turned back. That was 5 months ago. It was a VERY good decision for me to make, because after that I shifted back to reality and then remembered that real life is much different and much more in my control. I have some pretty great family and friends, and I surround myself with positive people to avoid the bullshit.
It’s easy to fall into, but social media is nothing like real life. Not even close.