What is it with Conservatives and their need to fortify their paranoia and distrust of American social media, by, shall we say, “taking liberties” with other peoples’ shit?
A “new” social network, started by a group called, Tea Party Community, looks an awful lot like Facebook, only with much more Old English lettering to appeal to the masses of Colonial America:
Citing “liberal censorship,” according to the site’s About page, the Tea Party Community is only looking for like-minded individuals to join:
We encourage all conservatives to join the new community and enjoy all the familiarity of Facebook, without all the restrictions. We also welcome any/all factions of the Tea Party and conservative movement to join us here, and establish their presence. Upgraded and special privileged accounts are available for large conservative groups and non-profit organizations.
They continue to hunker down in “bunker-mode” and they’re simply taking all of America’s winning ideas with them, and through the magic of technology, turning them into monkey shit.
When they launched their own version of Wikipedia, called, Conservapedia– blaming liberal bias at Wikipedia as the reason for their secession from a full community of encyclopedic knowledge, I thought it looked a lot like some jerk in the waiting room of a hospital with a splinter demanding to be seen first, and running off with the basket of peppermints on the desk when someone calls security to report the abusive behavior.
When the Republican National Committee launched their “new” web design after the election of President Obama, I thought it looked a lot like the Obama campaign’s revolutionary web design and layout, only with much more gratuitously red coloring smeared about like some violent thought-crime scene.
But it appears there is some justice in the world, and the idea thieves of Right Wing America have been experiencing some technical difficulties with their launch, and Tea Party Community co-founder of Other Peoples’ Ideas, Ken Crow, told FOX News that the attacks appeared to be “high end” and “carried out by very elite people.” Ken Crow later had this to say about those who would seek to do harm to the Tea Party Community and their attempt to loot the marketplace of ideas, “It’s going to be a rough ride fighting against the world, but we’re not disappearing.”
They’re not at all disappearing.
They’re just hiding in a social network where their ideas and comments can be free from being called batshit crazy in an actual social network.