Overdramatic: Wikipedia Calls Musk’s Suspension of Liberal Journalist As “The Thursday Night Massacre”
There’s a reason why high school teachers warn students to not use Wikipedia as a source of reliable information and it’s because the site has been completely infiltrated by the far left.
A new Wikipedia page labeled “The Thursday Night Massacre” is a shining example of Wikipedia’s liberal bias.
The new page’s opening line reads: “The “Thursday Night Massacre” is a term that refers to the December 15, 2022, account suspension of several high-profile journalists from the Twitter platform. At least nine journalists who covered the social media company and its owner, Elon Musk, were all suspended without warning.”
The new page would go on to say Musk suspended “Keith Olbermann, Steven L. Herman, and Donie O’Sullivan, and journalists from The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, and The Intercept. The suspensions were initially described as permanent, but later clarified to last for seven days.”
Wikipedia is just a far-left blog pic.twitter.com/5VZQq0IRcd
— Pillows Slippers (@JackPosobiec) December 17, 2022
The word “massacre” is way too strong of a word to be associated with bans of Twitter journalists.
When you think of the word massacre most people who are fond of history will think about The Boston Massacre.
Others who are immersed in horror movies might connect the word to the movie The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
By definition the word means “an indiscriminate and brutal slaughter of people.”
Banning a few whiny journalist on Twitter is by no means a massacre and direct every soul that ever lost their life in a massacre.
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